1913 Conn New Invention Circus Bore cornet
1913 Conn New Invention Circus Bore
Full valve job madein USA (cost of that kind of job is over 600USD nowadays)
Part of the engraving as well as the inner part of the bell is goldplated
What Conn said in 1913:
The claim made for the New [Invention] Circus Bore Cornet is that it has a better and more correct scale throughout its entire compass, that it plays easier and has a bigger nad more powerful voice-like quality of tone. That it is better balanced, handles easier and that its tone responds more quickly and more readily. The bell of this Cornet hang downward to prevent the free use of the performer's embouchure, and the performer can do more on the Circus Bore Cornet and last longer when doing it than with any other Cornet.
Technical condition: valves and slides move smoothly and lightly, very good compression
Visual condition: no dents, small dings, silver plating: about 98% remains, missing silver finish, small sign of corrosion on the leadpipe (we can install a protection patch at no extra cost), sign after soldering the second brace, sign after dent job on the bell
Finish: silver plated instrument, non fabric silver finish (instrument restored in the past)
Additional information: instrument professionally cleaned, without a case, without a mouthpiece
Ready to play!
3 000,00 PLN
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