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I have a No. 4 bell dated 1886 made by C S Bell Co Hillsboro Ohio. It is 20 inches in diameter and weighs approximately 100 pounds.
I have "A" mounts but would like to find a "Post" mount like that used for farm bells so I can mount it on a post. It is my understanding that C S Bell Co did make the "Post" mount but it had to be special ordered. Can someone help me with this?
J C Knight
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The folks at prindlestation.com may be able to help you.
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