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MORE OF THE WORK OF GRANDSIRE DOUBLES

At an extreme you may make seconds (as for a single). At a bingle you may make thirds or early thirds (as for a bob). Otherwise you will ring one of the following pieces of work:

What to do When to do it  
Castles (Coathangers)
 
Two blows in 5ths place, point 4ths, two in 5ths, point 4ths, two in 5th and in (your last blow at the back is over the treble).
At a bingle or extreme, when the treble passes you in 5ths place (you were the hunt bell).
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15432
 15342
 51324
 53142
 35412
Cats Ears (Stedman single)
 
Hunt to a point in 5ths place, now two in 4ths and another point in 5ths before coming in.
At a bingle, when you pass the treble in 3rds place.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15432
 14532
 41523
 45132
 54312
3rds; Point 5ths (Wingnut)
 
Make thirds as for a bob, but make a dramatic point in 5ths place before hunting down to the front.
At an extreme, when the treble passes you in 3rds place.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15432
 15342
 51324
 53142
 35412
Point 5ths; 3rds (Wingnut)
 
Hunt up to a point in 5ths place and then down to make two blows in thirds before continuing down to lead.
At an extreme, when the treble passes you in 4ths place.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15432
 15342
 51324
 53142
 35412

 
Last updated 10th September 2002 by John Irving.