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Mission Bell showing bell ropeHow to Ring a Mission Bell

Many mission bells are secured at the top such that they don't swing. In order to ring such a bell, a bell rope is attached to the clapper as with the bell at the left.

The bell rope tugs the clapper to one side, ringing the bell. There is usually a pulley involved to re-route the rope down to the mission.

Here are some mission bells from our inventory.
All are for sale.

Click on the small pictures below to see them enlarged.
Then click on the arrows above the pictures to go from bell to bell.

Mission bells brass and bronze 15inch, 14inch,17inch $1,400 $1,200 $2,400 11inch early bronze bell
$2,500 24inch ornate bronze bell with history cast on front $6,000
M18
Mission bells brass and bronze 15", 14", 17" $1,400 $1,200 $2,400
M93
11" early bronze bell $2,500
M248
24" ornate bronze bell with history cast on front $6,000
30inch Cast Bronze Mission bell dated 1851 30inch tall $8,000 23inch Meneely cast in 1853 $4,200 17inch Wilbank 1833
M250
30" Cast Bronze Mission bell dated 1851 30" tall $8,000
M253
23" Meneely cast in 1853 $4,200
M275
17" Wilbank 1833
17inch Vanduzen  Mission Bell 19inch Stuckstede 1902 Bronze Mission Bell Mission style, brass 15inch and 17inch
M296
17" Vanduzen Mission Bell
M348
19" Stuckstede 1902 Bronze Mission Bell
M449
Mission style, brass 15" and 17"
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