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I have used this picture and story before so apologise to those who remember it. These bells have been in our family for many, many years. The white ones are from a bunch my mother bought in 1959 when we lived in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, present day Harare, Zimbabwe but the yellow one is even older. It is made of brittle plastic and is the only one left from a set of three that I remember from about 1955. My mother bought them in Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, present day Zambia. They are tied together with a rusty bit of tinsel which I keep for sentimental reasons. Each year the little bunch are put on our tree. A bit of family history!