#1. Head, barrel, lower and foot joint of a Baack, NY, Flute Stained Boxwood and Ivory. Salt spoon keys (3).Barrel cracked. Good blowing hole. #2 Foot joint of C. Peloubt, New York. One salt spoon key and two Pewter fitted keys in perfect condition.
A rare early Triple Clarinet Case with 3 matching Clarinets. Clarinets are all block mounted 10 key, Boxwood and Ivory; A, Bb and C by Ronnberg, New York c.1856-1890.,"A" is Complete, Bb is missing bell ring, an "C" is missing Bell and Barrel. All other concerns will be addressed by email. Case is 15" x 6" x 9" and in good condition.
Especially beautiful Lyre Mandolin, mostly restored, with MOP flying angels. Both top finials are of equal color despite poor photography.
Spanish Gaita (bagpipes) intricately carved drone is 28 inches long. Traditional ribbon and bag cover are in good condition. Please pardon the poor photo.
A rare and original French mellophone from mid 19th cent. In need of restoration. Air handle in bottom of body. A worth while project.
Eb Solo Alto Cornet by Boston MIM. This horn is in excellent condition and ready to play except for the finish, which will require some polishing in order to bring out the original beauty. Almost dent free. Valves are working very well. Original case, MP and a useless extension pipe. Make best offer.
String Rotary Cornet in Bb by Boston MIM. Needs repair on 3rd valve string lever and rotor screw. Also, 1st valve crook. Includes case, crook, good extension tube and original MP.
An Eb String Rotary Cornet by Allen, Boston. This horn is in very good condition, needing only a string and lube job. No missing parts and very few dings.
This little Beauty is ready to go. Possibly Seltmann, Phila. A few dings. Length is 9 3/4 inches without MP.
String Rotary Brass Cornet by "Issec Fiske Maker Woreester Mass" on Garland. Crack on Bell Bow. Loads of solder between 2nd and 3rd rotor. Very odd 3rd valve crook. It's all there, but will need cleanup and patches.
A gem of a horn, This Echo Bell by Riviere and Hawks is in Excellent condition with very few dings. Finish is 100%. Original case with "A" attachment and four lead pipe extensions for accurate tuning. What looks like original or period MP.
Add your prescription and monogram to this elegant antique Victorian Period tortoise shell lorgnette, comprising nicely grained and richly colored back and front tortoise panels, each side with a center silver oval design, no monogram, holding silver-tone metal framed, prescription glass spectacles, suspended on a hard-to-lose silver chain. Circa 1880. Measurements: 4 1/2" L x 1 1/8" W; Very good condition with minor surface scratches, chip on edge of one glass lens, easily replaced...
An unnamed String rotary Cornet in "A" or "Bb" with a turning valve to change key. It needs re-stringing and one valve center screw. Dents in two slides. Overall good condition. Early MP.
Bb LP Albert system marked Carl Fischer, who was the importer of Buffet. Since the keys have the typical Buffet rivet, I will present this as a possible Buffet in super condition. Returnable.
Spectacular Victorian 14K solid multicolor gold Illinois pocket watch, circa 1884, comprising a yellow gold 6 Size Hunter Case, the front engraved with a pink/rose gold monogrammed shield surrounded with intricate green gold flowers. The case back decorated with a highly detailed bee hive scene design, scrolled, textured border. Inside: White porcelain dial, black Roman numerals, blued steel hands, marked ILLINOIS WATCH COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD,1145370...
A string rotary Bb Cornet by L. Schriber. Damaged string connector is shown in photo #4. This is the earliest Water Key I have ever seen, using a rotary valve to express moisture. Some dings at bell edge. No case.
A two valve Cornopean Signed "AUGth COURTOIS AINE BREVERTE A PARIS S.G.D.G." This horn is in excellent condition, although there is no case. Lead pipe is marked "SOL". MOP Valve caps.
An Echo bell Cornet by Keefer, #682.I have not attempted to polish the silver plate, which seems to be evenly distributed. This horn is hand engrave all over, including the echo bell. Valves are powerful and respond well. What appears to be original MP and lead pipe. There are some dings on the top of the bell joint near the 1st valve, and of course it has those distinctive Keefer valve caps.