The Revere Bell in Fredericksburg Va, donated in 1828 rings of a true love story
This 1828 Revere bell was provided to the town of Fredericksburg by Silas Wood to celebrate his successful courtship of Julie Ann Brock, a town resident. The bell weighs 600 pounds. Generally, the Revere's charged $.43 a pound suggesting the bell cost $258.
Photo by Vincenty Knaus
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