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All Sizes given are the bells diameter, weight chart at bottom of page
A true church bell is found in a steeple, and is used to call the faithful to service on Sunday mornings, to announce weddings, and to toll at funerals.
The size of a typical church bell is 28" and greater, and the weight is 400 lbs. and up. Most of them are cast bronze,and have a deep rich tone. You just cannot get a church bell sound out of a small bell, smaller bell sounds are associated with a small chapel or school.
Our complete swinging church bells come with yoke, clapper, wheel, A frame stands, and a toller (if desired) We can also sell you JUST the bell, and it can be electrified to ring remotely. (we have to send them out for the electric) BUT most of our customers prefer the old fashioned rope pull method of ringing the bell.
We do not offer electronic bell sounds. Or, as some call them, singing bells etc. WE only deal in REAL bells, real bells have been rung for thousands of years, and will never go out of style or have parts that have been discontinued. I have heard lots of complaints from churches that were not satisfied with their recorded bell sound systems. It seems when something breaks down they can no longer get parts, Like computers, they are out of date or change models real fast. A real bell when rung properly will last for ever, and always be in style.
We do not have any spare church bell parts to sell, sorry.
If you have a church bell for sale, or want to trade one in - WE BUY BELLS. Check out our We Buy Bells page for details.
We Ship World Wide
Below are some of our current stock of church bells for sale.
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39inch 1924 Mcshane
53inch McShane dated 1926 one of a 3 bell peal
65inch Meneely complete swinging dated 1921
41inch Meneely dated 1914
43inch Bronze Meneely Bell
A complete Cast Iron Church Bell
35inch Stuckstede 1894
34inch 1910 Meneely cast bronze from a E Howard clock
33inch 1878 cast bronze Meneely
31inch Clinton Meneely 1890
28inch Mc Shane 1894
56inch McShane 1891 has History cast on the bell
28inch Chaplin-Fulton 1906
33inch, 39inch, 42inch peal of Meneely's cast in 1903 Stationary mount
27inch Meneely Watervielet cast in 1924
37inch Meneely 1904 restored and complete
34inch McShane 1910
50inch Meneely 1920 restored and complete
50inch McShane 1910
43inch Naylor Vickers & Company 1858
35inch Meneely West Troy, NY dated 1869
41inch McShane dated 1926 restored and complete
27inch Troy Bell Foundry Jones dated 1873
29inch Meneely 1880 complete with original wood wheel
53inch Meneely Waterviellet NY 1922
Group of McShane Bells
45inch McShane 1889
36inch McShane 1915
26inch McShane 1889 with wood wheel and pillow block bearings
27inch McShane 1889
32inch VanDuzen 1910
Below is a chart you can use to calculate the size of a given bell and the size of the supporting frame for it. The data was copied from a Meneely Bell catalog
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