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My Lillehammer '94 cow bell arrived today. I like it. Quite beautiful -- and one of my few Lillehammer souvenirs.

My co-worker and I actually lucked out on this order. SHe ordered the larger numbered, limited edition Torino bell, and I a smaller un-numbered Torino bell. But then they ran out of the numbered Torino bells; so to make up for that-- cowbell.com sent us: a limited, numbered edition Salt Lake CIty (Ring in 2002 year!; my co-worker got #1981 of the 2002 made from that mold), and an extra Lillehammer bell. I exchanged my Torino bell for the Lillehammer one. Am really quite happy.

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My Lillehammer '94 cow bell arrived today. I like it. Quite beautiful -- and one of my few Lillehammer souvenirs.

My co-worker and I actually lucked out on this order. SHe ordered the larger numbered, limited edition Torino bell, and I a smaller un-numbered Torino bell. But then they ran out of the numbered Torino bells; so to make up for that-- cowbell.com sent us: a limited, numbered edition Salt Lake CIty (Ring in 2002 year!; my co-worker got #1981 of the 2002 made from that mold), and an extra Lillehammer bell. I exchanged my Torino bell for the Lillehammer one. Am really quite happy.

Is this some traditional Winter Games equivalent to pin collecting? I'd never heard of winter games cowbells before.

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Is this some traditional Winter Games equivalent to pin collecting? I'd never heard of winter games cowbells before.

I don't think so. They're quite bulky and I don't think you'd want to wear like 20 of them on your hat or vest! :lol: It's just another souvenir 'scheme.' And this is the first of its kind that I've owned. But hey, it could be the start of something big, so I already have a 12-year old Official Lillehammer cowbell!!

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My Lillehammer '94 cow bell arrived today. I like it. Quite beautiful -- and one of my few Lillehammer souvenirs.

My co-worker and I actually lucked out on this order. SHe ordered the larger numbered, limited edition Torino bell, and I a smaller un-numbered Torino bell. But then they ran out of the numbered Torino bells; so to make up for that-- cowbell.com sent us: a limited, numbered edition Salt Lake CIty (Ring in 2002 year!; my co-worker got #1981 of the 2002 made from that mold), and an extra Lillehammer bell. I exchanged my Torino bell for the Lillehammer one. Am really quite happy.

sounds awesome

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