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    • #29962
      brohemus
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      This bell is pristine. No chips, nicks, flea bites, or dings.

      Just how common are these bells? And is it worth anything?

      Thank you for any help.

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    • #30011
      beausone
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      What a lovely bell. Is there any markings to indicate maker? Capodimonte, Enesco, and Staffordshire are known to have made bells of this type. Capodimonte and Staffordshire ones of this type seem to be more readily available, and the listing price on eBay for these run from $5 to $50. The loop holding the clapper looks more like what Enesco made and may have had a gold-tone chain holding the ball. Enesco ones seem to be harder to find. Of course value and resell price are all relative.

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