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The business was then to continue for three generations.
My father, John Henry Blum Jr., was the third generation to operate the bell factory.
That cut was on a slant across the strip, not straight across.
I have sometimes seen what appear to be blunt ends on a bell that otherwise looks like one of "ours", but only if the bell was in poor condition, very rusty, bent, etc., where the ends of that loop were already hopelessly misshapen or rusted away.
In those cases, it really isn't possible to be completely sure the bell you have is a Blum bell.
By that time they were probably living on a farm east of Collinsville.
My great-grandfather was a tinsmith, and eventually to follow this trade he moved his family into town and opened a hardware store.