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Betty Wright wrote:I also have the collection of Beatrix Potter Rabbit Bells but I don't have pictures of all. I think the one you have of the mouse reading is "The Tailor of Gloucester" and the other one is "Mrs. Ribby". If y ou want
I can write the tag infothat came with the bell but it does not describe how it looks. I notice mine need
Kallie Bell Gal wrote:Thank you for the pictures and for the names of these Peter Rabbit bells. I have a partial collection--this is outside my usual collecting area, and I have had a hard time getting information about the bells I have. In this part of the country, it may take a LONG time to add to my collection. What is the figure on your twelth bell, and do you have its name? That's one I need, but I don't know what to look for, Thanks!!
In 1980 looking for another source of medium-price plated holloware, we acquired The Sheffield Silver Company of New York which was eventually consolidated into Reed & Barton factories in Taunton, but we kept the name and still use it. In 1981 we decided to try out the collectors business á la Franklin Mint. We started up a company called the New England Collectors Society which operated very successfully for a number of years. It is no longer in business. That industry is not as dynamic as it was.
Kallie Bell Gal wrote:I'm back again! This time I come with two bell character names, but I don't have bells to accompany them. Do you or anyone else know an "Amiable Guinea Pig" or a "Timmy Willy"? Does either of these names go with that cute guy you have pictured? This is what I get for venturing out of my area of comfort. I know little enough about the bells that I collect--I should never dabble in territories of which I have NO knowledge.
More confused than ever,
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