Vintage trumpet dating guide

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When I was given this horn to try at his shop some 10 years ago by my dear late friend Tom Lytle (a former Conn employee and master repairman RIP) I was playing a light-weight Bach.I left the shop that day with this under my arm and the Bach was left hanging on a peg for sale on consignment as part of the deal.If anyone has any information I'd love to hear about it.

Easy response, a nice full sound, and an easy upper register are all desireable characteristics.

) This particular one however was made around 1925.

In that same year a brand new Model T Ford Touring Model (the bottom of the line) had a "from- the- factory" price of 0, I find this fact somewhat remarkable.

The objective of this page is to help the visitors of the site in deciphering the marks of their British silverplate.

It should be said that the correct definition for punches present on silverplate is MARK, while the term HALLMARK is reserved to sterling silver items submitted to the "Hall" for verification of their fineness. S) (4) WHEN: the approximate date is early 1900, deduced by the combined presence of the mark ENGLAND (in use from early 1890s) and the Patent Office number 351065 (registered in 1899) (5) WHY: the inscription reads that the cup was presented to "Dr.

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