Index to African & Mideastern sites by maker

Non-traditional carillons in Africa and the Mideast contain bells supplied by a variety of bellfoundries. The sites are listed by foundry in the following order:

For an explanation of what this index contains (and does NOT contain), and of the additional details on each entry, see the Bellfoundry Indexes Advice.

Bellfoundry unknown

The sources which reported the existence of these instruments did not identify their makers.
MAPUTO                        : MOZAMBIQUE   1??? C
   Catedral da Nossa Senhora da Conceição 
     (RC Cathedral of Our Lady of the
     Immaculate Conception)

Petit & Fritsen, Aarle-Rixtel, Netherlands

JOHANNESBURG/Y                : S AFRICA     1956 C
   St.Aidan Church (Anglican) 
Complete list of Petit & Fritsen foundry output.

Gillett & Johnston, Croydon, England

GERMISTON                     : S AFRICA     1935 C
   City Hall Tower
PORT ELIZABETH - CM           : S AFRICA     1936 C
   Campanile (Colonist Monument) 
Complete list of Gillett & Johnston foundry output.

Paccard, Annecy, France

AIN TEMOUCHENT                : ALGERIA      1950 C
   Tour de l'Eglise
Complete list of Paccard foundry output.

Sergeys, Leuven, Belgium

TENERIFE                      : CANARY IS.   1??? C
   Ten Bel Park
Complete list of Sergeys foundry output.

Vanbergen, Heiligerlee, Netherlands [closed]

UNKNOWN LOCATION              : RHODESIA     1??? C
Complete list of Vanbergen foundry output.

Warner, England

ZANZIBAR                      : TANZANIA     1??? C  [non-trad]
Complete list of Warner foundry output.

Bochumer Verein, Bochum, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany (steel)

CAPE PALMAS                   : LIBERIA      1??? C
   Church Tower
Complete list of Bochumer Verein foundry output.

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