Tiger bells in Eurasia
The amazing travels of a bronze jingle bell
with the face of a tiger, across
the Eurasian continent
and beyond.
Fekke de Jager
(1993 - 2023)

These pages used to contain the result of the search for the history of the tiger bells. Over the years the number of contributions by the visitors of these pages had increased in such a way that it had become difficult to maintain the interactive structure of the site. We decided to compile the entire content of the site into a digital book. The book is now available in PDF format and can be ordered at no cost. The content is divided over two volumes. Volume 1 is about the Classic tiger bell (also known as type A). Volume 2 is about the Continental type (type B), the Himalayan type (type C) and the Alternatives. The resolution of both volumes is 150 DPI, good for viewing on a computer screen or monitor, and for printing. The file can be read in any reader software that handles the PDF format. We recommend the PDF to be viewed in double page view: this shows the pages in pairs.

The PDF’s can be ordered by sending an e-mail to: fekkedejager(at)gmail(dot)com
Please, include in the e-mail: your e-mail address, full name and address and what has sparked your interest in this particular subject.

The package consists of three files:
•Volume1.PDF, 55 Mb, 150 DPI, 207 pages (colour: RGB).
•Volume 2.PDF, 20 Mb, 150 DPI, 90 pages (colour RGB).

The files will be sent to you through WeTransfer.com.

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