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  • in reply to: #3 1/2 CS Bell vaule? #17435
    kc342001
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    Thank you, I have contacted Prindle Station for the pieces that I need. Again, thank you.

    in reply to: #3 1/2 CS Bell vaule? #17433
    kc342001
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    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 company

    kc342001
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    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.

    kc342001
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    Lucky13,
    thanks for your info.
    Is 3 1/2 an unusal size?

    in reply to: Is a C.S. BELL No. 3 1/2 rare? #14834
    kc342001
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    Here is the photo of No. 3 1/2. Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    in reply to: Value of C. S. Bell bell #13639
    kc342001
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    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.

    in reply to: Value of C. S. Bell bell #13637
    kc342001
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    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

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