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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.
These coins are actually called Franklin Half Dollars. 1958 is not a rare date. In circulated condition, its value will be based on the silver it contains -- about 1/3 the price of an ounce of silver. A nice uncirculated one may bring 2 or 3 times that much.
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Ordering and first crackThe bell was ordered in 1751 by the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembely for use in the Pennsylvania State House (now known as independence in Philadelphia. It was cast by the whitechapel bell foundry in London and delivered to Philadelphia in late August/early September 1752 vi…
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because the liberty bell used to call of something together to read the delcration of indeapendce. Answer It symbols America. It also symbolizes liberty, freedom, and justice.
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John Pass and John Stow recast the Liberty Bell twice in Philadelphia in 1753. The bell was originally cast in 1752 at Whitechapel Foundry, London England.
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Virgil "Gus" Grissom was born in Indiana and was one of the original 7 N.A.S.A. astronauts. The Liberty Bell 7 (the capsule for the Mercury 4 mission) was not recovered at the end of the mission like most capsules. It sank in the Atlantic because the craft's hatch was opened too soon (apparently …
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The Liberty Bell was installed in March 1753, so as of the year 2016 it is 263 years old.
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Liberty Bell - Weight: 2,055 LB (900 KG) link in related links.
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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…
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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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The Liberty Bell has cracked several times, and each time it happened because the bell was rung. Each time it broke, it was repaired, but the last time it broke -- in 1846, when it was rung for George Washington's birthday -- it cracked really badly and could not be repaired. It is now on display …
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It originally cracked when first rung after arrival in Philadelphia 1752. The bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations.The crack's current appearance is the result of work that was done to prevent further damage. The opening…
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It was cast in 1752 by the White Chapel Foundry in London, England.
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It cracked once by ringing it hard then on George Washington's birthday.  Your web sight absolutly sucks.
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The Liberty Bell was named by the abolitionists while trying to free slaves. It was previously called the State House Bell.
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It cracked in 1835 tolling the death of John Marshall.Bells are supposed to have clapper springs inside. When the bell is struck by the clapper, the spring immediately pushes the clapper away from touching the bell. A struck bell produces a TREMENDOUS amount of vibration. If the clapper is not pushe…
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the liberty bell was most importantly rung on July 4 to remind that slavery is free
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The Liberty Bell is located at Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Historians believe the Liberty Bell was rung to summon citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. The bell was in the tower of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
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It represents Peace
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It is made of 75% copper and 25% tin.
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Becuase at the time the bell was rang so often that it cracked. then they tried to fix it and did so. then they rang it so much again that it cracked all the way up and the liberty bell cannot ring again.
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"Proclaim Liberty Throughout All The Land Unto All The Inhabitants Thereof". (Leviticus 25:10)
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"Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." Leviticus 25:10
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The Liberty Bell was cast three times. It was originally cast in London, England in 1751 or 1752, melted down and recast in April 1753 after becoming cracked when being tested in Philadelphia, and was again melted down and recast in June 1753 after the second casting was found to be defective.
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The significance of the Liberty Bell was that it was designed to be a symbol for strength. When it cracked, it seemed all was lost. Interestingly, that crack became a symbol of imperfection and an understanding that even if a nation is not perfect, it can have a positive effect on the world.
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Because when it was first hit it cracked.
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the liberty bell symbolizes independence
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To show that there is Liberty, Pride, and Honor i the U.S.A.
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The Liberty Bell symbolizes America's freedom from Britain. It was named the Liberty Bell because of the freedom it symbolized to our country.
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it cracked by hitting it for the first time weighes 2,080 it plays an E-fate note on the liberty bell it spelled Pennsylvania wrong they order it when the first time it rang it got a crack in it * Pennsylvania was mispelled *It has its own march *It is 75% copper It weighs 2,080It is old and…
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The Liberty Bell was ordered for purchase by the colony government, the Pennsylvania Assembly, in 1751 to be hung in the new constructed State House (Independence Hall).The Assembly requested their London agent, Robert Charles, to purchase a bell of approximately "two thousand pounds weight".Charles…
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to show the freedom of Philadelphia.
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The Liberty Bell is known for its iconic status when it was used as a symbol by the abolitionists. It is associated with the Declaration of Independence. The Liberty Bell has a crack extending through it. The Bell stands as a symbol of unity to the United States.
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Answer The liberty bell is 70% copper, 25% tin, 2% lead, 1% zinc, .25% arsenic and .20% silver with trace amounts of gold, magnesium, nickel and antimony. Answer The bell is 70% copper, 25% tin, and contains traces of other metals.
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The Liberty Bell was created in 1776.
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To show freedom
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Answer "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All The Land Unto All The Inhabitants Thereof".
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The parts of the Liberty Bell are the yoke, crown, head, shoulder, waist, sound rim, tip, mouth, clapper, and bead line. The liberty bell also has an inscription on the top of the bell and a crack.
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The bell now called the Liberty Bell was made because Philadelphia needed a larger bell that could be heard at a greater distance than the bell they were using.
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The liberty bell stands for peace
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It was made in England in what is now called the Whitechapel Foundry in 1752.
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because we were celebrating America's independence
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it represents freedom and liberty.
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Copper 64.95-73.10 Tin 24.00-30.16 Lead 1.30-5.47 Zinc 0.25-1.65 Iron 0.00-0.87 Silver 0.14-0.26 Antimony 0.08-0.18 Arsenic 0.19-0.42 Gold 0.02-0.06 Nickel 0.00-0.28
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because it is a liberal bell
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Answer The Liberty Bell was replaced by the Centenial Bell in 1876. The Centenial Bell still hangs in Independence Hall to this day.The Liberty Bell stands as a great symbol of the freedom we cherish as a nation. A bell is a very fitting symbol for freedom, ringing out with a sense of victory, ce…
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The Liberty Bell is a symbol of American independence. The historic and iconic symbol is located in Philadelphia in the Liberty Bell Pavilion. The bell is owned by the city of Philadelphia but is not a trademark of the city. The name of Liberty Bell is often used commercial reasons.
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ANSWER: The famous crack on the Liberty Bell happened on July 8, 1835. While being rung during the funeral of John Marshall, chief justice of the United States, the bell was damaged.
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Pass and stow where the two last names of the two people who did the recast of the bell. Afterwards the bell hung in Independence Hall.
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"Proclaim liberty throughout all the land and to all the inhabitants of it. Leviticus 25:10
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the name of the liberty bell is elmora el fandeo
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"Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." (Leviticus 25:10) Pass and Stow Philadelphia MDCCLIII
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they made it with copper and melted it into a molding
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It cracked the first time it rang, and the second time it was cracked also and it rendered it unrigable. No name of an individual was given for the tragic event in the crack that was caused by the ringing of the Liberty Bell.
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Private novelty companies place these marks on ordinary coins and sell them as "valuable collectibles." When the buyers try to get the implied profit after a few years, they find that a coin dealer will give them only a fraction of what they paid (if they will even buy them) and the coins get spent.…
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Ben Franklinno one knows.
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Charles e nesbit the third
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No, it hasn't rung since 1843.
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The liberty bell rang because we got our Independence!!!!!!! "Joy to the World... LOL becaus we sucked so badly
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yes it did it rang on marchin 1753
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i dont know do you?
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It cracked because the bell was rung so many times, that it broke.
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What color is the liberty bell?
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The bell was first called the Liberty Bell in 1835 in a journal published by the New York Anti-Slavery Society. The bell was made in 1753, so it was 82 years old when it was first called the Liberty Bell.
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The Liberty Bell cracked in July of the year 1835.It was cracked the first time it had been rang. but how did it crack the first time it rang when it said in another ? it said that every fourth of July an old man rang it
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somebody hit it to hard
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Liberty Bell Center on Market Street between 5th & 6th streets.
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It is famous because it is the bell of Independence
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The Liberty Bell is now a historical landmark. It was created to tell people that new laws and statues were being enacted.
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The Liberty Bell has traveled to Chicago, Atlanta, Charleston, and Boston. It also traveled to St. Louis, Allentown, Pa. and back to Philadelphia.
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The Liberty Bell was moved twice. The first was in 1976 from Independence Hall to a close by glass pavilion in Independence Mall then in 2003 to a bigger Liberty Bell Center adjoining the pavilion.
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The 1st liberty bell was first rung in March of 1753 but cracked under test. Two more bells were made after that; the second being rejected because of the tone. The third bell was hung in the steeple of the State Hiouse in June of 1753 and first rung in August of that year. Not that simple. The 'I…
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United States, Pennsylvania, in the city of Philadelphia.
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The city that is home to the Liberty Bell is known as Philadelphia. The location of the Bell itself is Independence National Historic Park.
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It isn't since it has a huge crack in it and strike it could be dangerous.
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The Liberty Bell's inscription says, "PROCLAIM LIBERTY THROUGHOUT ALL THE LAND UNTO ALL THE INHABITANTS THEREOF LEV. XXV. V X." The Liberty bell is widely seen as an American icon and symbol of freedom.
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The Liberty Bell is priceless.I own a bell older than the liberty bell. . . not kidding
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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.
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Yes it ringed on George Washington's birthday in 1843
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John Philip Sousa.
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The bell was originally cast in 1752.
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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 f…
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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 …
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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.
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