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Lutine Bell a bell kept at Lloyd's in London and rung whenever there is an important announcement to be made to the underwriters. It was salvaged from HMS Lutine, which sank in 1799 with a large cargo of gold and bullion, which loss was borne by the underwriters, who were members of Lloyd's.
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