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Thank you, I have contacted Prindle Station for the pieces that I need. Again, thank you.
Thank you –did you know the value of this bell—my understanding is the 3 1/2 CS Bell is rare and from around 1850s? Prior to son joining and becoming a companyApril 13, 2013 at 4:04 am in reply to: Rare # 3 1/2 C.S Bell–Any info will help–photo included #14839
Ok I found out that this bell is between 1875 and 1882. CS Bell was prior to 1882. After his son joined the name changed to C.S. Bell and Company.August 15, 2009 at 7:05 pm in reply to: Rare # 3 1/2 C.S Bell–Any info will help–photo included #14836
thanks for your info.
Is 3 1/2 an unusal size?
Here is the photo of No. 3 1/2. Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks
Thank YOu for your assistance. I noticed this is almost the exact same C.S. Bell, it measures 20″ in diameter, but the only difference in the center of the yolk it has the number 3 1/2. It reads C.S. Bell one side then Hillsboro’ O. on the other. I am trying to get the year this might have been made.
I just came upon two bells. One is identical to the photo. It has C.S Bell on the left side of the yoke ( as you are looking at the yoke) and the other side Hillsboro’ O. The other small bell No. 1 Yoke 1886 the other side of the yoke C.S Bell Co.
I don’t much about the history, for these belonged to my grandmother. I will post pictures soon, so maybe someone can help me out with more info. Thanks