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10/19/2020 12:52 PM
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ORIGINAL ANTIQUE 5 BRASS SCHOOL BELL

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 8 high, 5 wide/deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This antique school bell has a hardwood, turned handle and a brass body bell with a steel clapper. The handle is held in place via a metal rod which is peened over on the top and this bell is heavy for the size. The brass has a nice aged patina and this bell is quite loud when rung. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some paint wear on the handle and has some soiling/stains. Give it a cleaning and this is just what you need for your home- schooling students.

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