are of the smaller A type, B
type, D type, and an alternative
tiger bells, type D, in a bundle, probably used as a rattle. The bells
are more or less similar to the bells from Vietnam.
Part of a musical ensemble.
of tiger bells, the photograph is not clear but the bells are definitely
tiger bells (author's observation)
In the National
Museum of Thailand, Bangkok (display nr. 18, 1986).
of the smaller type A. From Rangoon, used by an ensemble of street
In the National Museum of Thailand, Bangkok (1984, not on display
type A. No further details available. Reported by Elisabeth den
Otter, Tropen Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Unknown, probably common
One bell type
A, together with three ordinary bells, in a wooden yak bell.
Yak bell from Burma
Three of the four bells
in the yak bell. The bell on the right is the tiger bell.
are heavily worn and roughly made. Dimensions: wide 3 cm., high 2,6
cm., side 2 cm, hoop 0,7 cm. with the hole off center. Author's collection,
bought in 1989.
the collection of Prof. Ovidiu Oana: one
alternative tiger bell. He describes: