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    • #11014
      Anonymous
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      Hi
      I have recently started collecting cow/stock bells here in Australia and am looking for people who are also collectors who may be able to assist me in learning more about this wonderful part of history.
      My preference is for stock bells used in Australia many of which I believe were manufactured in America and Britain.
      I look forward to your reply

      Rocky

      This inquiry was originally sent to the ABA’s Internet Coordinator. Responses are opinions of individuals based on their personal research and knowledge.
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    • #14257
      Carolyn Whitlock
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      Rocky,

      You are not the first to ask about livestock bells. If you go to viewtopic.php?f=11&t=717&p=1515&hilit=livestock+bells#p1515 , you will find another fellow who is looking for people interested in livestock bells.

      I hope you get some responses soon.

    • #14258
      Clochard
      Participant

      COONEY, D. (2005). Bells of the Australian Bush. Toowamba: written and published by Donald Cooney, 145 pp is an excellent account of Condamine bells made in Queensland: a valuation guide to Australian bells is available if it is bought at the same time as the book on bells. In 2005, it cost me Aus$35. Contact the author/publisher at PO Box 1876, Toowoomba 4350, Queensland, Australia. Condamine bells are very interecting and have a wonderful history. I see them on eBay occasionally, but they are so expensive I have never been able to afford one. Good hunting! Bob

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