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(70) Various Brass Tin Metal Porcelain and Novelty Bells
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(70) Various Brass Tin Metal Porcelain and Novelty Bells
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The picture below shows a larger view of all (70) Various Brass, Tin, Metal, Porcelain, and Novelty Bells in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of different kids of bells. These are not dated and the years that they were all made are unknown. There are both old and new ones included here. The makers are also unknown.

On the left there are (8) different porcelain bells. One has a bird on a stump and the others have different flowers and months. These are from the same set and they include: March, June, August, September, October, November, and December. There are (3) advertising souvenir bells, but they do not have an emblem from where. There are several advertising bells that include “Poland Springs Water” (Maine), “Prince Matchabelli” with a crest, and one that is engraved “Rose From Pam & Glen”. One near the upper left is believed to be from the door of an old general store. It has a bracket that appears to have been broken off. There are brass bells, tin bells, some with handles, one with a Cardinal bird, one on a key chain, a few old home made bells, and a bunch of newer looking tin bells.

All of these for one price! To judge he sizes, the brass bell with a long handle in the center measures about 5-3/4'' tall. These appear to range from fair all the way to mint condition as pictured. There ae a few that are without a ringer or weight inside.

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(70) Various Brass Tin Metal Porcelain and Novelty Bells


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