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    • #25734
      kimbo
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      My mother lives in Ohio and I’m trying to help her sell her cast iron church bell. It’s 40″ in diameter, 29″ tall, made by C.S. Bell, and not damaged. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kim

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    • #25758
      Carolyn Whitlock
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      Kim, That’s a nice looking bell!

      If you click on the menu at the left where it says “Frequently Asked Questions”, you may get some help regarding the value of your bell. You can also look on an online auction site and search for C.S. Bell Co. bells and bookmark the listings and check back after the auction ends to see how much people are currently willing to pay for your type of bell.

      You could also contact Prindle Station Bells a http://prindlestation.com/farm.html. They are the people who bought the original molds from the C.S. Bell Company. Their contact information can be found at: http://prindlestation.com/contact.html

      Good luck,
      Carolyn

    • #25760
      kimbo
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      Thank you for the help!

    • #29213
      tcbjwt1
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      Good Morning
      Is this bell for sale. Thanks John Tatum
      Please write back to TCBJWT1@aol.com

    • #29218
      nightflier51
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      CS Bell Co, Goulds,Blymer, Rumsey&Co large bells like that, have a sound of their own. I do not know whether the patterns were somehow tuned but they sound in tune. Most have 3 partials in notes. Bronze has 5 partials but I have a big heart for the iron ones.

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