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Liberty Bell

The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American freedom. The bell cracked and was repaired a couple of times shortly after its arrival in the United States. After it was cracked again in the 19th century, it was retired to Liberty Bell Center, where it is still on display.
The earliest date would be the 1830's when the bell was adopted as a symbol by abolitionist societies, who dubbed it the "Liberty Bell." It became more of a national symbol in 1847 after a short story claimed that an aged bell-ringer rang it on July 4, 1776, upon hearing of the Second Continental...
The Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia Pennsylvania
The Liberty Bell is priceless.I own a bell older than the liberty bell. . . not kidding
To declare independence from England in 1776. They were to ring it  as soon as the declaration of independence was finished!   The original Liberty Bell is in Philadelphia.
For the first reading of the declaration of independence
 First, you must discover if the the x-ray is from the Whitechapel  liberty bell from 1752 or the 2000 pound monster recast in 1753 by  John Pass and John Stow.   If you value the independence that the Liberty Bell is supposed to  stand for, then you might want to contact all the local media...
It was dubbed the Liberty Bell in 1830.
No the New Madrid Earthquake just rang the liberty bell. The earthquake's epicenter was in the boot heel of Missouri, but the earthquake was so strong that it was felt as far away as New York, Canada, and Washington D.C.
I am going to take an educated guess on an answer here. In 1886 the Statue of Liberty was erected, so what you have could be a collectors coin/token that was put out for the event or it could be a ferry token going to Liberty Island. I don't think it is a US coin. Many businesses yesterday and today...
Yes it ringed on George Washington's birthday in 1843
Pass and Stow were the men that forged the liberty bell
It was when it traveled, but they stopped bringing it places after it broke.
Where was the Dclaration of Independence sighed? What is the capital of Pennsylvania?
NO! It is bronze!
The Liberty Bell was installed in March 1753, so as of the year  2016 it is 263 years old.
The Liberty Bell is made of bronze, an alloy of copper and tin. It is therefor bronze colored. This fact has no symbolic significance.
It's a novelty item made by a private company that stamped the images onto a normal cent. You can buy them with images of JFK, birthday presents, state outlines, etc. Because they're altered coins they have no interest to coin collectors but there are some niche hobbyists who do collect them as...
they hid in the chuch on hamilton st in allentown
The bell was originally cast in 1752.
  The original crack was in 1835, the second time it cracked was in 1846, making the bell unringable.
Pennsylvania or the abbreviation PA
  The connection between John Pass, John Stow, and the Liberty Bell is that John Pass and John Stow made the Liberty Bell.
John pass and john stow
The Liberty Bell was made in England in 1751 at the request of the Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly. It cracked soon after its arrival and John Pass and John Stow cast another bell in 1758 using material from the original bell. A small crack appeared in this bell in 1846. It was rung that year...
Cast in London in 1752, The Liberty Bell was FIRST OFFICIALLY rung when the Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence..."Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof..."The continuing tradition is to ring The Bell every July Fourth.Up until 1846 it was...
According to the site at the link below, the original cost of the Liberty Bell in 1751 was £150.13.8, or 150 pounds, 13 shillings, and 8 pence. Additionally, it cost £34.1.4, or 34 pounds, 1 shilling, and 4 pence, to have it recast in 1753.The site also says that the equivalent in US currency was ...
The Liberty Bell weighs 2,055 pounds (900 kilograms).
The cost was 100 pounds sterling.
It is free to see the Liberty Bell.
First, it cracked in March 1753 in a trial ring. It was fixed in June.Second, it cracked in 1835 when rung for an important event. It was fixed in 1846.Third, it cracked even worse in 1846 on George Washington's B-day. It wasn't fixed.It hasn't been rung since.
They never cracked it! John Pass and John Stow were important men. The liberty bell cracked when it first rang.Then some people tried to fix it but it never worked. Then the people left it alone. If you look in a picture in IMAGES and write LIBERTY BELL you will see their name on it!
iron and gold and steel and silver. i think they used copper but i am not sure.
  no, it stand on top of independance hall!
There are two versions of the US Liberty Bell Stamp.   The originally issued First Class Non-Denominated Stamp can still be used, but it only is valued by the Post Office as $0.41, thus you will have to add additional postage to use it on First Class Mail.   The re-issued version has the word ...
The bell was first rung to announce the opening of the First Continental Congress in 1774.
It was hung in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This was the statehouse.
according to my source, no dollar coins were struck from 1805 to 1835. check with pro. coin dealer to see if it is counterfeit.
the liberty bell was ringed when a person or family did something good. Like a hero.
The Liberty Bell has the words of Leviticus 25:10 on it,  encouraging the spread of liberty. It was originally used in  Philadelphia to summon citizens to public meetings or lawmakers to  the legislature, but it's become a symbol of freedom for the  American people.
John pass and john stow casted the liberty bell after it first cracked
John Wayne rang the bell 16 times before it cracked.
The reverse of the bicentennial Eisenhower dollar was designed by  Dennis R. Williams, so those are his initials on the coin.
There is widespread disagreement about when the first crack appeared on the Bell. Hair-line cracks on bells were bored out to prevent expansion. However, it is agreed that the final expansion of the crack which rendered the Bell unringable was on Washington's Birthday in 1846.The Philadelphia Public...
"Proclaim liberty throughout all the Land unto all the inhabitants thereof."
If you mean a Franklin Half dollar the 1955 Philadelphia issue is the lowest mintage.
The Liberty Bell is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It's called a "Franklin Half" not a liberty Bell. The coins are so common the value for most is just for the silver, about $6.50
All Franklin half dollars have the "cracked bell" it adds nothing to the value.
The cost of the original bell, including insurance and shipping, was £150 13s 8d, equivalent to 20,046.35 British pounds sterling today.
The first time the liberty bell rang was July 4 1776
The liberty bell is 2 feet and 3 inches tall. I can not find how wide it is. Can someone answer that part for me please?
the liberty bell is an icon of freedom in the u.s. It cracked while being brought to indepedance hall, its home. it was first called "state house bell" because thats what idependance hall was first called.
It was used to declare the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
because it is a peace of historyit shows the history of the philadelphia
not rare at all just worth one cent unless maybe you got it verified as a mint error then it would probably be worth a ton
because of fat george washington
The Liberty Bell symbolizes freedom for America. The Liberty Bell  was moved in 1976 to sit outside across the street from  Independence Hall.
It was hung in the Pennsylvania State House.
The Liberty was ordered and cast in 1752. The Liberty Bell is a  symbol from the early days of America and is displayed in  Philadelphia.
The Liberty Bells role was so the people could know that it means freedom
The exact date the bell cracked is uncertain. It was probably  between 1835 and 1840.  Some believe it cracked on July 8th, 1835 when the bell was  scheduled to toll for eight hours to mourn the death of Chief  Justice John Marshall. During the fifth hour, it cracked. 
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    It is a National treasure. You can't put a price on it.
I know their last names: Pass and Stow. They are on the liberty bell.
George Washington did. Okay, maybe he did, maybe he didn't.
It's in Philadelphia PA. The Liberty Bell Center - 600 Chestnut Street