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  • in reply to: 1810 Ave Maria San Antonio bell #29725
    fourlix
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    I am not even going to try to put another picture up. I have a bunch of high resolution photos which I would be glad to share via e-mail. RobinAlex@gilanet.com There is no point in trying to put them up here. It weighs 190 pounds and is cast bronze. It has been heavily used, with two cracks approximately 2″ long on opposite sides of the bell where the clapper would hit.

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by fourlix.
    in reply to: 20" San Antonio Ave Maria 1810 #29722
    fourlix
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    And again..

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    in reply to: 20" San Antonio Ave Maria 1810 #29718
    fourlix
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    Try this again,,,

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    in reply to: 20" San Antonio Ave Maria 1810 #29702
    fourlix
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    I am trying to get this picture up… and it jusst keeps putting the old ones back up again..

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    in reply to: 20" San Antonio Ave Maria 1810 #29695
    fourlix
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    This bell is now on display at the L.C. Ranch in Gila, New Mexico, 30 miles NW of Silver City. LyonsCampbellRanch.com The bell joins a large collection of art and antiquities furnishing the Historic million acre cattle empire’s headquarters which includes the adobe mansion of Tom Lyons, an old west saloon, jail, theater, gallery, chapel, bunkhouse, post office. Guided tours of the Headquarters compound are conducted at high noon on Saturdays for a donation of $15/pp.
    Reservations required: 575-535-2825

    • This reply was modified 8 months ago by fourlix.
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    in reply to: 20" San Antonio Ave Maria 1810 #29407
    fourlix
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    Is this an A.S.C. Forbes bell? It seems too big.

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