FedEx is automatically insured and tracked. Someone will someday and then it it will sell. This includes local pick-ups at our Enola location It's the law Refunds must be requested within 3 days of receipt. Which argues that it may well be the original case, with the original handle intact. However, I also note few examples between serials 65000 and 79000. Or, of course, when my horn was in the shop. With hard case, mouthpiece, and an aluminum Harmon Wow-Wow mute.
We search all the hard to find nooks and crannies and find the rare and difficult to find items from years past. Around 1955 Conn started producing student instruments under the Conn brand name and Pan American disappeared. We are required to collect New York sales tax on sales made to New York residents. Another Ebay member confirmed my other 1928 Pan American is the 28A. Buying used horns, like cars is always a risk. In November I have started looking into the Elkhart Band Instrument Co.
Items in this auction: 1st- 2nd- 3rd Valves. The pic of the crook area is a bit out of focus. The 42M seems to have been specifically designed for stenciling purposes with a life of 1 or 2 years. Excellent Slightly Used Condition Description Vintage Pan American 58B trumpet in excellent slightly used condition. Once we receive positive feedback. The horn itself is in great condition.
As to why I owned Conns, if I didn't like them that much, it's because I either had to pay very little for them or they were just given to me. I have been able to adjust according to recent findings. As determined by your billing address. Custom's fees vary by country so please keep this in consideration when bidding. Please look closely at all pictures as photos speak a thousand words! However, I've personally received dozens, if not hundreds, of e-mails over the years asking how old Pan American horns are. This Model was first produced in 1920's. Shows moderate finish wear overall and a few light dings and a wrinkle or two in the bell.
There was a small dent with a tiny crack in the tubing which my husband put a quick solder patch on. Moderators please move or remove it if necessary. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. It's the bell engraving which puzzles me because it's vertical, see picture. We can no longer ship to the Russian Federation due to a high rate of theft. With the complete serial I can include in the registry and make it a part of the production stats estimate once the sample gets large enough. Well I'll start this off by saying I found another set of Pan-Am cymbals, still no serials on them.
This trumpet has no dents or dings. Pan American Brass Serial Number List rev. Or, at least, another option to consider. If we fail to invoice you with discount just ask for an invoice. The horn including the bell are pretty straight with mostly minor dings that will accumulate over the course of normal use for 90 years.
The horn has a rotating valve that switches from Bb to A. And ours, we ship everything fully insured. Like most everything else manufactured in the States, it's the quantity and not the quality that matters. Also included is what looks like the original case. Please contact me for a shipping quote before bidding. It is based on serial numbers collected from November 2. We do not always detect every nic and scratch or so forth and also do not always detect everything someone else may see so it is important for you to take advantage of this time to be thorough in your research.
For instance, the thing you mention about the first Pan Am saxophones being modifications of pre-Conn Ltd. Here's where I am so far: 1 Saxes and woodwinds may have different serial number systems. Link to 'em or download, I don't mind. But we do occasionally miss things. I will be posting these and any updates on La Porte's Elkhart Band Inst Registry thread.
I picked it up from a friend of mine who doesn't play trumpet. Further, a complete Pan American line would not be available until the fall selling season. Originally, I thought it was an un engraved model. Just a head's up that if you stick the keys from any 1948-1956 10M and the keys from an early 50s Pan Am tenor into a Bomb Calorimetry machine they are identical in every way. And were made by Conn in Elkhart, Indiana. Is there picture of the G Cluster? I'm not sure how long they keep the already-sold horns on their website, but there's a good description and many excellent photos of this horn on the site at the moment. He stated that the finish is in good condition and it is in playable condition.
Please be sure before you bid. It is in mostly the same condition now as it was then. The trumpet show's wear as shown in photo's. I really can't speak about Conn's other instruments, like trumpets, and stuff. The Vincent Bach 7c mouthpiece and sheet music holder is also included.