Cederberg, Clanwilliam, Dutch Reformed Church
Petit & Gebruder Edelbrock (Firm)
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The Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk in Clanwilliam has a rather modern bell from German origin. The only decorations are found just below the shoulder where it reads WILL. W. KEAY EN SEUNS KAAPSTAD VIR CLANWILLIAM. Below this sentence and on the waist below it figures 19 EMBLEM 63. The circular emblem surrounds the founder’s seal. In the outer ring of the seal one reads ME FECIT: INGENIEUR HANS HUESKER while in the ring immediately around the seal the upper half circle reads PETIT & GEBR. EDELBROCK while in the lower half circle stands GESCHER – WESTF. This last word is an abbreviation for Westfalen, the district where the foundry has been located in Germany since 1690. The seal itself contains a tree that surrounds three bells. There are a fair number of bells from this foundry in the Western Cape, for example in the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerke in Simondium and Eendekuil.
- Cederberg 
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