Very nice general purpose trombone. These were possibly cloned subsequently by Blessing as their B-7 and B-78 models. White was forced to look elsewhere. It comes with a King 28 mouthpiece. I do not know what key this trombone is. White started holding lunch time concerts two or three times a week to fine tune his craftsmen and instruments. There are no dings or scratches.
Florida residents pay 6% sales tax. Harry wanted an instrument that had the valves moved forward a few inches to accommodate his long arms and while he was in Cleveland Mrs. All nickel-silver construction with red brass bell. I have a good oil-trombonitine method that get it's working well enough for me but I know most trombone players are pretty picky. I've owned this horn for a little less than 10 years.
Very decent shape with minor dents and scratches, Red brass bell. The former began life as a bookstore founded by Thomas Boosey in the 18th century. White was a working girl, Henderson put her in charge of the White Apartments. Will fit either King 2B or 3B. Red brass bell, nickel-silver slide crook and barrels, gold brass outer tubes. Simply put this is one of the best trombones ever made.
My local music store owner said it's not worth much but then other things on the web lead me to believe otherwise. Handling and insurance shipping to Alaska and Hawaii will be higher The insured package will be shipped to the winning bidder's physical address with signature confirmation required. White soon gained more that a local reputation. As the war drew to a close, work slowly began on a new line of instruments to be introduced when the war over. Tried my best to capture the serial number. Classic medium dual bore model.
It has had very little use the last 40 years. In 1969, the Greenleaf family sold the company to the MacMillan Company, a publisher of books. He was responsible for founding the first national school for band directors, first and only center for the study of musical acoustics, first successful short action valves, first all-electronic organ and first fiberglass sousaphones, among other legendary advancements. Perfect intonation, brilliant tonal qualities that you will not find in similar horns from the same era! White Company, there were a number of newspaper articles that were written. But your judging might be different. Optional bell entirely of gold brass. .
New York 22S 3B Trombone Background: The H. Amongst the bass trombones, the Super and Custom were considered the superior lines, particularly the George Roberts model. Early Reynolds instruments closely resemble King instruments with few if any improvements over the original design. As a young child Henderson was captivated by how things work and making improvements. Information about the 7H was kindly provided by Don Bilger. Cathryn played Clarinet a King Silver bell and each summer she was sent to band camp at Cedar Point. The engraving is crisp for this era horn.
Bell, handgrip, ferrules, trimmings on slide and cork rings burnished. Amongst his achievements were to bring the company back to Elkhart and the purchase of King Musical Instruments. Thomas King, a local trombone player, White developed his first trombone in 1894. Before restoration there was some pitting on the hand slide. In 1888, Colonel Conn brought 15 European instrument craftsmen to the United States and gave them the space, the tools and the incentive to make the finest instruments their skills would allow. One dent is in the neck of the horn from a concert in 2011. Bore Alloo Model from 1919-1924, and a? White kept very detailed records but when the company was sold to the Seeburg Corporation all official records were destroyed.
Very minor dents, if any, beautiful dark lacquer. The interior of the case is in excellent shape. The Cleveland Musical Instrument Company was formed in February of 1919 and was known for their Cleveland Trumpet. But a repair technician should have no problem replacing it. Pay special attention to the small details on your instrument because most artists drawings account for unique changes and features.
He wasn't sure of the dates for Cavaliers, but Pan American production apparently ran from around 1917 to 1954 and the Pan American serial numbers don't mesh with the Conn serial number list no source that correlates Pan American serial numbers with production dates is known. It does have wear and a good size ding in it. Please keep in mind that most catalogs were dated on the back and should be trusted more than the serial number list. In 1953, Olds moved from Los Angeles to Fullerton. During this time frame the King work force grew to over two hundred men. The descriptions below refer to instruments of the older variety.