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Vintage Trumpets / Cornets Discuss How about another round of name that Cornet? in the Equipment forums; I am NOT sure what the manufacturer of this horn is.... the SILVER/NICKEL bell along with the brass body with ...
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    How about another round of name that Cornet?

    I am NOT sure what the manufacturer of this horn is....

    the SILVER/NICKEL bell along with the brass body with nickle/silver highlights made me think of an early Olds Studio, but the configuration doesn't seem correct for that.




    Any other educated Guesses?
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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    Looks a lot like my King Cleveland Superior - if that's what it is, pass. Mine is going to be a lamp one day because it plays so badly, and it's in much better shape than that one!
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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    wow, it sure does look like a Cleveland Superior.... but that 1/2 Silver bell is really throwing me
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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    I messaged the seller; it's a Roth...let me link the photos
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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    "Roth-Tone"
    The serial and valve cluster of that sort frequently trips me up beyond "Cleveland-based maker"...



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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    "The Musica man is a Conn man"
    Blue felts
    Conn barrel-spring pistons

    2005 Yamaha 6310Z trumpet
    2008 Conn-Selmer King 1117SP trumpet
    1972 Conn 6B Victor trumpet
    1972 Conn 24A flügelhorn (Swiss Kurath/Willson stencil)
    1966 Conn 5A Victor cornet
    1962 Conn 9A Victor cornet
    1970s Musica Steyr–Austria cornet (Czech Amati B-1038/Bohland-Fuchs 2551 stencil)
    and others

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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    Well done ConnDirectorFan! Good spotting once again.
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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrassBandMajor View Post
    Well done ConnDirectorFan! Good spotting once again.
    Thanks; I was hoping it would be something cool like a Benetone/B&M or Huttl, but the wrap was a bit off and when I saw the photos, it was just a Roth...
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    "The Musica man is a Conn man"
    Blue felts
    Conn barrel-spring pistons

    2005 Yamaha 6310Z trumpet
    2008 Conn-Selmer King 1117SP trumpet
    1972 Conn 6B Victor trumpet
    1972 Conn 24A flügelhorn (Swiss Kurath/Willson stencil)
    1966 Conn 5A Victor cornet
    1962 Conn 9A Victor cornet
    1970s Musica Steyr–Austria cornet (Czech Amati B-1038/Bohland-Fuchs 2551 stencil)
    and others

    Thanks to Reedman1 for profile image help

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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    wow.. mystery solved! Great Detectiving ConnDirectorFan
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    1945 Buescher LP 225 Trumpet
    1948 Olds Studio Trumpet
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    "There are two sides to a trumpeter's personality: there is the one that lives only to lay waste to the woodwinds and strings, leaving them lying blue and lifeless along the swath of destruction that is a trumpeter's fury; then there's the dark side...." --Michael Stewart, DMA

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    Re: How about another round of name that Cornet?

    Yeah, before I scrolled down and read the responses, I was going to guess Reynolds just based on the mouthpiece shape.
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