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John Taylor and Co (Loughborough)

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The Taylor bell foundry of Loughborough

c.1350-75. The bell foundry at Loughborough probably had its origin in Leicester at about this time.

Founders of the New Ring of Bells for St Paul's Cathedral and of Great Paul.[1]

As well as the simple casting of bells the foundry carried out the intricate and scientific task of making tuned carillons.

1882 Provided the Bells for a New Clock for Bombay Univerisity.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1882/09/15
  2. The Engineer 1882/09/15