We leave positive feedback for all successfully completed transactions. The bell is intact with minor dents and dings and tarnish. Other than that in great condition. Email me with any questions about item. Martin saxes had thick tone rings that curved in at the top to reduce the seat width. There are nicks and scratches.
Auctions must end within 3 days of each other to be eligible for combined shipping. Zig knew that such indifference signaled the beginning of the end to a legend. There seems to be no missing parts and I cannot see any repairs. Trombone will be carefully packaged and shipped within 2 business days. Since these were very likely being made to order at that time, this probably means trombone number 4094 was actually made in late 1926. Mouthpiece have wear and tarnish.
Since it is so old, it does not have much lacquer, several scratches and 2 small insignifignt dents see pics The case is in rough condition but does secure the trombone and mouthpiece. It is not flimsy Chinese crap even Conn-Selmer is building the Bundy Sax line in China now. There are scratches and scuffs. Let us know if you have any questions. The serial number on this horn is so worn that it is unreadable, but since it was built in the Los Angeles factory it had to be made made prior to 1954.
Has very good plating with no worn spots. The effect on Olds may have been delayed due to a variety of economic factors. Also, we have a positive date for purchase of trombone number 4094 in late 1926. When played, its sounds better than the newer student instruments of today because it is an Olds. With Foster Reynolds in charge, the workers glared apprehensively and became distrustful of management.
Tubing looks bent in a curved fashion in front of the mouthpiece. Compelling evidence suggests that Frank perhaps operated a repair facility at his home, prior to entering production of trombones. Bugles Serial Number Year Manufactured --- Serial Number Year Manufactured 1000 Feb. It appears to be in very good condition. The mute with the attachment has no name.
Click the pictures and they'll supersize. Invoices must be paid in full before they will be shipped. The lure of an increasingly prosperous business environment and the reality of infinitely better weather conditions may have prompted his move to Los Angeles. The serial number is from the mid 1970's. Nice green case includes hanky and valve oil. As we may very well have several items of interest to you. Up for auction is a beautiful 1961 Olds Recording tenor trombone.
International Buyers— Please Note: Import duties. Master trombone makers Sherm Sheld and Roe Plimpton, plant superintendent Clayton Stump, and French horn maker Peter Sekora, formed the backbone of continuing operations. A Bellaire 33 mouthpiece as well as a bach 7C mouthpiece. I believe this one was made much earlier and sat on a shelf somewhere for about seven years. Certain items cost more than the simple surcharge and for these types of items we must do custom quotes and this is one of those items.
I believe this horn is from the late 1920's or early 1930's; it is from the same era as the Olds Military. That is fairly close to the estimate above 1200-1500 based on the report of Super 46xx. I'd appreciate any feedback or new information--just send me an. I don't think that's what happened. I've been on eBay for 15 years and, after retiring, have found buying and selling here rather enjoyable.
But I still do not know what Type it is and what K ey Please ask all the questions you might have. Trombone has been recently shop inspected. In the event you experience any problems with your order. Please contact us with any questions you might have about our auctions or our programs for children and families. For instance, I know that the Recording cornet was redesigned in January of 1948 but the earliest that we know of so far is 53,871 and I'm guessing that it was made a year or so later and we will find earlier examples in the future.