Brass ship's bell made from metal salvaged from the MV Britannic built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the White Star Line in 1929 and broken up at Inverkeithing, Scotland in 1961.

MV Britannic was a twin 10 cylinder diesel-engined, twin screw liner of 27,778 gross tonnage built for the White Star line by Harland & Wolf Ltd., Belfast, Ireland.

Physical Description

Copper alloy bell with hanging device. Metal clapper and clapper attachment. Thin rope handle attached to clapper.

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