Some time during the middle to late 20's Mr. Said to have been designed by the legendary Edward Kleinhammer, based on his Bach 50B. Concert Later renamed model 3B. Information about the 50H was kindly provided by Don Bilger. There are 45 complete catalogs in the collection plus 253 different ads and tons never been seen rare items! In 1953, Olds moved from Los Angeles to Fullerton. Please see pictures for exact condition and email me for questions before bidding and thanks for looking.
White and during this time he taught Cathryn how to swim. If Harry was ever in town around the Holidays he would have dinner a Edna's house. According to Don Bilger, Conn also manufactured trombones under the Pan American and Cavalier brand names. Both were reportedly modelled on the 4H professional-grade trombone. Not all king craftsmen moved from the Cleveland factory to the Eastlake factory also some labor issues.
Because of this, international sales are final upon shipping of the items. White Company again found it's self facing a shortage of brass. International Bidders must email me before bidding to confirm shipping availability and cost. During the Korean War part of the facilities was converted to defense production, and Conn achieved another record in precision manufacturing. Amongst the bass trombones, the Super and Custom were considered the superior lines, particularly the George Roberts model. Serial number lists are estimates at best. White's critics failed to realize was that she had experience in the business world and knew how and when to use her authority.
The last ones were made in the late 70s. This one is particularly nice. White was forced to look elsewhere. The advent of talking movies put theatre drummers out of work and the stock market crash of 1929 forced his father to sell the company to C. The King French Horn was an immediate sales success. White Companies success and leadership with trombones and sales grew. The development of a serial number list has been very difficult because of the lack of official records.
There also are a few dings in one of the hand braces. Crunched metal above the bell with some holes in the metal. Susan Eberenz Scott Russ Music 2170 Sunrise Hwy Merrick. Winning bidder pays Shipping and Handling. Bore Alloo Model from 1919-1924, and a? Trumpet greats like and jumped at the opportunity to own one. Case has some wear but is in good condition and all latches and handle are stable.
Quality was built into every instrument and the company continued to stand behind their work with a Guarantee Bond against faulty workmanship and defective materials for the life of the instrument. Only shipped to lower 48 states. The slide moves freely without any hangups or catches. Lightweight slide, bell may be nickel-plated. The original Silver Flairs had a three digit sn only, no prefix. Conn trombones of this fabled era have a legendary reputation amongst the classical musicians and instruments manufactured in the 1950s and 60s are particularly prized by collectors.
. What's the difference between the 50s models and the later models? Computers and Laptops: Any computers or laptops that are sold from us. The total war time contracts awarded to the company totaled five million dollars. Nickel-silver tuning slide and bell, yellow brass neck resulting in dark sound normally associated with heavy bells, but without the corresponding weight. Cathryn Kay White passed away in 2005. Information about the 78H was kindly provided by Don Bilger. Twice the Conn plant burned to the ground.
White bought the Cleveland Musical Instrument Company. Nickel-silver inner and outer slides. Good working condition slides smooth and evenly. It's Just Complicated, and No One Can Do The Research For You or Your Specific Instrument of Interest. One source, , believes that the 10.