Horn will be insured when shipped. Please look at my other books and items up for bid. Please pay within 4 days of auctions end. The trumpet picture d if for display only. The return item needs to ship back as its original condition.
The silver plate finish which is in Very good condition with little or no wear. The valves move but are sticky. Virtually unused and in mint condition. I always obtain proof of posting and I will be happy to assist you with any claim. A few scratches and small dents consistent with age and use. Comes with a case that has some wear as revealed in the photo. Check back often as I am adding new treasures daily.
Can post out recorded delivery. Make sure all the braces are properly soldered and that the solder joints look correct. I combine shipping so check out my other listings. I still play the original prototype. The case is original and also in very good condition. I only recently replaced it with something a bit bigger that better fit the sound of the group I am currently playing in.
In many case of international shipping delays. In the event you experience any problems with your order. Or would like to discuss the item in more detail. Seller added the following information: The make is of course Boosey and Hawkes. The mouth piece is the original mouthpiece.
You will need to check the compression or buy from a reputable dealer with a return policy. Maybe it could be a funky lamp. Only charging the exact shipping costs. Don't forget it's 60 years old! It has recently been serviced and it ready to play. Whose contents have been removed en route when uninsured.
Sold with a mouthpiece but no case. Hello, i'm new at this site and I hope i have placed this thread at the right place. I'm not a player but do feel the valves are spring loaded and move very smoothly and freely up and down. Instead I used an old trick which involves lining a bucket with aluminium foil, mixing up a solution of Calcium Carbonate Washing Soda and dunking in your silver objects, there follows an electrolytic reaction which converts the tarnish back to silver…. The paper back exterior is good.
I played this horn when I was in high school in the late 70's and later in a Big Band for several years as an adult. As the buyer please do your due diligence before ordering to assure that you will be able to receive this merchandise and that it will work in your country. No real air leaks until the 4th valve is depressed If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. Please check out my feedback and bid with confidence. Same or Next Business Day Shippings! Item is listed as pick up only but I can arrange a postage quote if you contact me. I sell old used items for the most part and provide pictures that show the item clearly. The few small dents have been taken out, the trumpet hand polished, and valve slides lapped in where required.
If possible I will be happy to combine postage for multiple purchases. In that same year they purchased Schreiber Bassoon Co. Your item will be packed using recyclable materials. Cleaning this was a real challenge! Items that have not been paid for within 5 days of the end of auction will be re-listed and an unpaid item dispute will be lodged with eBay against the buyer. And there is very minimal wear to the cover. Additional Info: Exactly the same as pictured. I don't own a Bixley but have seen photos on line.
Singing in French shows you the specifics of that language: where should there be a liaison between one word and the next? MacMichael Heavyweight Member Joined: 20 May 2011 Posts: 643 Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:34 am Post subject: I see, thanks for the enlightenment, Bob! For I have explained the condition of this nice musical instrument to the best of my knowledge. Encased in glass protective shadow boxes. British Brass Bands I have played in. The peak period for lottery grants to brass bands were 1996 - 1999. A bit funky from storage so it will need spruced up. French Production Since 2009 the 927 and 928 have been manufactured in France by Courtois, although Richard Smith has stated that they have made some changes to his original design.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries or even extra information! Besson trumpets, Keilwerth Saxophones, Paesold Bows, Schroetter Orchestral Instruments, and Denis Wick. Peasant Song, Painful Struggle, Dance of the Slovaks, Sostenuto, Evening in the Country, Hungarian Folk Song, Aurora, Folk Song, Finger Exercise, and Bear Dance. This is the 925 model and I believe they were made between 1974 and 1984. The finish has been wiped with silicone to delay tarnishing, but raw brass needs some maintenance, or it can be left to acquire a vintage'patina' The valves are copper plated as can be seen. The box and the instrument has wear appears to be complete but not 100% sure.