Intonation is excellent much like the 6H or 48H. All residents within Indiana will be charged state sales tax at the time of checkout. I ship within 5 business days after payment is received due to my work schedule. I'm happy to ship o verseas. Buyer Pays $17.86 For Shipping& Handling. the earliest Urbie Green recordings to hear this instrument) The slide moves freely but could use some work from a professional slide repairman. The water key functions well. Conn Trombone Pages Conn Baritone and Euphonium Pages Conn Bass and Sousaphone Pages Conn Bugle Pages Conn Saxophone Pages Conn Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo, Oboe and Bassoon Pages Conn Drum and Violin Pages Conn Research Department Pages. But you can still make out the El khart engraving a n d the design abo ve the Conn trademark. Conn 8H trombone ultimately begins in 1875 with the vision and determination of one man: Colonel C.G. by no large fabric pieces missing. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a great professional jazz trombone at a great price! The tuning slide moves freely as should be. Slotting is exceptional and plays very flexible. 80H Special New Symphony Date: 1933, Owned by Gary Sloane CG CONN 4H TROMBONE #364xxx Elkhart c.1946 great condition! Payment terms: PAYPAL PA residents must pay 6% sales tax Shipping terms: The shipping/handling/insurance price is not negotionabIe. There are also some areas where the lacquer is worn from holding the instrument when playing. It looks fairly clean so it should not require any immediate servicing. Refund will be issued once item is back in my possession- NOT before. A previous owner had it refinished and most of the engraving was buffed off. Conn 4H trombone 1925; excellent player and looker! For your consideration is this Conn"Victor" trombone manufactured in 1953. Please feel free to email with additional questions. We have listed the shipping price in advance. Is also includes the Original Vintage Case. w/orig. The slide action is good at a 8 out of 10. Shipping Within The 48 Continental States Only! This trombone will come with a King 11m mouthpiece. Conn 4H Artist trombone. Conn Trombone Recognition Guide. 64H Pan American Date: 1931-1946, Owner unknown 38H Connstellation Date: 1954, Owner unknown 5H Medium Bore Artist Date: 1928, Owner unknown 28H Connstellation Date: 1950, Owner unknown This is by far THE BEST 4H I have ever played. My father was born in 1914, and he started playing in his early school years. The tuning slide moves freely. 26H Ball-room Model Date: 1928, Owned by Gary Sloane 1. rare and play as written C in the closed position. 8H Artist Symphony Date: 1962, Owner unknown Inner slide tubes have been replaced. professional trombone. Here is a classic pre-war Conn 4H with fancy engraved bell. But the slide is in goo d alignment and fall s eas ily under its own weigh t when held at the 5:00 position. SOLD-AS-IS" items DO NOT qualify for the inspection period and or return policy. Conn 88H Artist Symphony Trigger Trombone. As a, courtesy. '40s Vintage Conn 4H Pro Jazz Trombone. 8G Italian Model Valve Tenor Date: 1900's-1920's, (Drawing) We are enrolled in eBay's Global Shipping Program. THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION! 9. 6H Victor Date: 1960, Owner unknown No mouthpiece. The Instruments Texas Residents Pay 8.25% taxes on all items You may be interested in on eBay. Here is my attempt at a Conn trombone recognition guide. Posted with, Used Conn 4H Bb Tenor Trombone in raw brass. 90G Valve Trombone Date: 1970, Previously owned by David Oliver, 2H Artist' Small Bore/Wurlitzer Professional, 14H Duo-Bore Medium Bass with Rotary Valve to F & E-Natural, 50H Director Bass with F rotary attachment, 60H Superior "C" with Bb rotary attachment/Wurlitzer Medody, 60H Artist Symphony Bass with F rotary attachment, 62H Artist Symphony Bass with F-E dual rotary attachments, 70H Large Bore Bass with Rotary valve to F, 70H Duo-Bore Large Bass with Rotary Valve to F & E-Natural, 71H Artist Symphony Bass with F rotary attachment, 72H Connstellation Bass with F rotary attachment, 73H Artist Symphony Bass with F-E dual rotory attachments, 88H Artist Symphony with F rotary attachment, 89H Artist Symphony with convertible F rotary attachment. Winning bidder is responsible for shipping charges& customs fees. This tool is capable of being used both by the buyer and seller. the tuning slide moves freely as should and the slide is a solid 8/10 as-is. Pay with your credit card through PayPal. 1936 CG CONN 4H TROMBONE # 314xxx - Elkhart, IN, VINTAGE SILVER 1934 CONN 4H TROMBONE - NICE CONDITION - FREE SHIPPING USA ONLY, Conn 4H Trombone Silver Plate & Vincent Bach 4C Mouthpiece Instrument & Case, Vintage Conn 4h Small Bore Tenor Trombone, Conn 4H "Victor" Trombone, 1953, Original Case, #3 Mouthpiece and Music Stand, Conn 4H Jazz Trombone ~ Orpheum Super ~ 7" Bell w/MP & Hard Shell Case ~ #40649, Conn 4H Artist trombone, 1930s Elkhart, complete restoration, mint condition, CUSTOM Professional Conn 4H Jazz Trombone **MUST HAVE**. Small Bore HAPPY BIDDING! 4H Artist Date: 1949, Owner unknown. Item must be returned within 14 days. I purchased a massive amount of clothing and am in the process of liquidating all of the inventory. We also try to ship our products in used boxes to help the environment. Good luck bidding! Rates shown in listing allow buyer to chose the most economical shipping, but we reserve the right to change the shipper at our discretion. 32H Burkle Duo-Bore Large Date: 1930's, Owned by Anders Carlsson 4H Artist Special Date: 1940, Owned by William Janning I had this horn customized by BAC Horn Doctor. Florida residents pay 6% sales tax. Bore Bb Contrabass trombone: 1901-1902-#4½ Bore Bb New Wonder Bass trombone with rotary valve-1917-1919-2H #1½ Bore Artists' Small … The trombone is a musical instrument in the brass family. The original hard case is in decent. Combined shipping is done at the sellers discretion. Trombone Outfit w/F Attachment & Large Bore Slide Large bore (0.547) intermediate horn with a traditional wrap F attachment and rotary valve. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. The serial number is 918744 which puts the date of manufacture around 1961. GREAT PROJECTION ON THIS HORN WITH A CLEAR HIGH REGISTER THAT IS EASY TO ACCESS. Definitely Vintage and Well Made- Cross Between Early 1900's and Mid 1900's"The design is more akin to Buescher or their Elkhart Band instrument subsidiary. This Trombone sounds great- has a rich tone for a small bore. The C.G. or Best Offer. Three interchangeable leadpipes offer the player a choice in response and feel. Some scratches exist on the bell. I'm a trombonist and this horn plays extremely well for me! 71H Artist Symphony Bass with F rotary attachment Date: 1970, Owned by Tim Zwicky Over the past 20 years we at Dillon Music have collected MANY instruments. Also, I will not lie/de-value price on the Customs Form, period. Slide is fitted with an unthreaded lead pipe(see photo) The engraving goes up the outer bell to the tuning slide and also extends to the inner bell. 50H Director Bass with F rotary attachment Date: 1967, Owner unknown Comes with a non-original hard plastic case which is in nice used condition. The Conn 52H Artist Series Intermediate Trombone features a.525/ 547-inch dual bore handslide with a standard small shank mouthpiece receiver plus an 8.7-inch Rose brass bell designed for excellent response and tone. Conn 79h Artist Symphony Tenor Posaune Trombone Bb/F 1966 ELKHART Ultra selten. Our auctions normally start on Fridays and have a 3 day auction period. The bell still rings and has never taken a heavy hit although there are a few dings around the horn in general. I have included a closeup of the finish which has some age crazing and some very minor dings. Good Player. I purchased this trombone locally for my son to play in middle school band. this is a unique horn in that it features 4 different engravings. I did all of the research that I could prior to listing it for sale. 62H Artist Symphony Bass with F-E dual rotary attachments Date: 1970, Owned by Anders Carlsson oder Preisvorschlag. PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS, BEFORE PURCHASING THIS ITEM. Please review all pictures and ask questions before bidding. I have also previously listed on ebay with over a thousand items with 100% feedback! THIS HORN IS READY TO PLAY. This is an early iteration of this model, as this was a Conn model until 1954. 70H Bass with F rotary attachment Date: 1942, Owned by Ed Solomon In A Mellow Smooth Tone.Very Beautiful Sound According to"Big Ben" Trombone Player See All Pictures Provided. Please review all pictures before buying. I do use tracking numbers on my items for your personal comfort on your packages location I only, ship to United States Only. Thank you very much! In excellent condition. Comes with a King coffin hard case which is decent usable condition- has some tears on the outside. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as"gifts" US and International government regulations prohibit such action. Shipping is a flat $50 to the continental US only. 48H Connstellation Date: 1968, Owner unknown The tuning slide moves freely. Thats my opinion.Good luck! If you would like us to combine shipping please give us 1 to 2 days to process your order before paying. I will be listing single items and a few wholesale lots. VINTAGE CC Conn Ltd Silver Trombone Up for bid is a CC Conn LTD Silver Trombone that belonged to my father. 76H Beitel Model Large Symphony Date: 1924, Owned by Robert Adamson Conn Artist 52H Tenor Trombone Outfit With F Attachment And Dual Bore Slide. In most cases we ship UPS Ground. As is. They send this tracking number to you automatically on the day the item is shipped. But retains t he lightweight short cork barrels that were standard on early Conn trombones. Free shipping. 20H) The bell is 7 inches. New models after 1970 are not included. I have posted pictures of the larger ones. Newer Case. IF YOU WILL NOT GIVE ME POSITIVE FEEDBACK OR* IN MY RATINGS PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFOREHAND. It's a straight.484 bore size and has a 7" bell with a deep throat so it sounds a bit deeper than what you might expect from a horn of this size. When you receive your order. The inner slide tubes have lost some of their plating, and there is a crack in one of the braces that creates a leak in the instrument which has been covered with caulk to seal it back up. Slide moves smooth and sounds great! Conn. 5. Here's a Conn 4H-LW Trombone in excellent playing condition. CHF 67,94 Versand. Has beautiful floral/deco engraving and nickel trim. Lacquer Peel, Ding and Rust Spots: The Case Smells Old Plays Very Well. I will not be shipping to Italy. 20H Connquest Date: 1954, Owner unknown DENTS OR DAMAGE! 82H New York Symphony Date: 1926, Owned by Howard Knapp or Best Offer. This horn has a warm sound and a strikingly big sound, which projects extremely well. Please see our other items for even more vintage musical instruments. Consequently, this is only a general guide covering mostly instruments of 1945 and later. Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Vintage Conn 4h Artist professional trombone with optional lightweight slide. payment by paypal to be made within 3 days of auction end, thanks. … 18H Tait Model Date: 1920, Owned by Stan Kling Slide effectiveness bumps up to a solid 8/10 when lubed up. The serial number of the instrument is#354632. Free shipping. Horn is held together by friction-fit, meaning there is no lock on the slide receiver. The is no mouthpiece. Nice solid wood case-probably the original. Blows freely, good intonation and is very nimble. THIS 4H TROMBONE HAS A SILVER PLATED FINISH WITH GOLD INSIDE BELL 6 1/2" PROFESSIONAL BELL LIGHT WEIGHT SILVER HAND SLIDE THE SLIDE, WILL NEED GREASE BUT SLIDES FREELY EVEN AS IS! Conn 4H trombone produced in 1925. I ship within 5 business days after payment is received due to my work schedule. No refund will be issued for items that have been used,altered, or damaged. 12H Coprion Date: 1940, Owner unknown The finish has wear. 60H Artist Symphony Bass with F rotary attachment Date: 1970, Owner unknown This trombone is in good condition considering its age with the slide working smoothly. INDIANA USE/DESIGN: THE CONN 4H TROMBONE WAS MOST FREQUENTLY USED BY JAZZ INSTRUMENTALISTS THE 4H's CHARISMATIC TONE IS OFTEN ATTRIBUTED TO ITS SMALLER BORE THE SMALLER BORE PRODUCES A MUCH CLEARER TONE IN THE UPPER REGISTERS OF THE INSTRUMENT THE CONN 4H IS OFTEN COMPARED WITH THE KING 2B TROMBONE CONDITION PRE-OWNED THIS HORN IS USED BUT WAS WELL CARED FOR TROMBONE IS SILVER PLATE BUT WILL CLEAN UP VERY WELL IF FROM USE AND STORAGE GREEN VELVET INTERIOR HAND SLIDE HOLDER STRIP IS BROKEN CASE HAS NORMAL WEAR FROM USE AND STORAGE NO PIECES MISSING PLEASE SEE OUR PHOTOS FOR FURTHER DETAILS THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS CURRENTLY UP FOR AUCTION PLEASE SEE OUR OTHER AUCTIONS Please review shipping information- iSold It ships v. THIS IS A CONN 4H PROFESSIONAL MODEL TROMBONE. All latches function although. THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION! On Oct-24-13 at 15:40:04 PDT. 20H ORIGINAL CASE DIRECTOR BRASS BACH MOUTHPIECE, ANTIQUE VINTAGE 1925 SILVER PLATED CG CONN LTD PROF 4H TENOR TROMBONE SER#225000, CONN 4H PRO TROMBONE...GREAT PLAYER, ULTRA SMOOTH SLIDE, 1924 CG Conn Gold Plated "Naked Lady" Engraved 4H Trombone Amazing Condition, Trombone Conn Elkhart 4H - Free Moving Factory Lightweight Slide - No Reserve, C.G. Now a collectors quest. This is a 4H Artist Special. Conn 8h Elkhart Tenor Posaune Trombone wie Conn 88h Bach 42 1969. I'm not sure about the model but I think it is a 4H. Please note that over-seas shipping cost will be higher. There is wear on the inner slide tubes/stockings. 2H Artist' Small Bore/Wurlitzer Professional Date: 1924, Owned by Howard Spindel Paypal payment preferred. Bell and outer slides are yellow brass, bracings and ferrules are nickel. Slide was just worked on, but still not 100% I would consider it fairly smooth for it's age, but it's not like new. THE PICTURES ARE THE ACTUAL ITEM YOU WILL RECEIVE. ANTIQUE VINTAGE 1925 SILVER PLATED CG CONN LTD PROF 4H TENOR TROMBONE SER#225000 Powered by Item Description: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE(1) VERY RARE FIND ANTIQUE/ VINTAGE 1925 SILVER PLATED CG CONN LTD PROFESSIONAL 4H TENOR TROMBONE WITH ORIGINAL CASE& 2 MOUTHPIECES + MORE. ORIGINAL LACQUER ON INNER BELL, OUTSIDE IS LACQUER FREE. Conn 52H Artist Series Trombone The Conn 52H Artist Series Intermediate Trombone features a .525 / .547-inch dual bore handslide with a standard small shank mouthpiece receiver plus an 8.7-inch Rose brass bell designed for excellent response and tone. This horn has the famous Leda and the Swan aka"Naked Lady" pictoral engraving front and center on the bell. RETURN POLICY: Shipping cost to and from is non-refundable. There are some spots of wear. or Best Offer. No dents. Elkhart Conn 4H Tormbone Specs: Serial# 338635- 1941 Bore Size: 485 Bell Size: 7in. Payment terms: PAYPAL PA residents must pay 6% sales tax Shipping terms: Shipping/Handling fees are not negoationable I consider over-seas bidders- please contact me before bidding. If satisfied with the transaction. All our auctions run the full term. 4H.485 We want you to be 100% happy with your purchase. The case has normal wear marks on the outside and again, shows typical usage considering its age. CHF 2.372,78. Subsidiaries The Pan American Section (includes Cavalier) case that holds it well and has working latches. Vintage Conn 4H-LW Trombone...Elkhart 1946, Vintage Conn 4H professional trombone small bore 1936 with case, Vintage Conn 4H "Victor" Trombone, 1953, Original Case, #3 Mouthpiece, Vintage CG Conn 4H Trombone wcase*NO RESERVE*NOT WORKING*. Vital, and very valuable to the continued success OF OUR MISSION HELPING OTHERS. Others, such as the 112H Double Rotor Bass Trombone, have two rotors, stretching their range even further. Thank you for your business! I consider over-seas bidders- please contact me before bidding. It ships in a non-original plastic. Watch; 0 S U I p F o n s R o r J 6 e Q d 1 D 9. Conn , Elkhart USA Silver 4H, Super Rare 1934 Conn 4H "ARTIST SPECIAL" Trombone Serial # 299697, 1932 conn trombone 4h wurlitzer special #252720. I am sure this will play like horns like King Selmer Yamaha of the same era. Taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. E-Checks through PayPal must clear before shipment. There are no exceptions. Vintage Conn 88H Conn Artist Symphony Large Bore Trigger Trombone | Musical Instruments & Gear, Brass, Trombones | eBay! 38H Artist Ball-room Model Date: 1926, Owner unknown Bell and outer slides are yellow brass, bracings and ferrules are nickel. THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION! Please note that over-seas shipping will be higher. Payment must be made within 3 days of auction close. THANKS FOR LOOKING. The slide action is NOT very good- the upper slide has some drag- the bottom slide works fine. Modern trombones played in C are actually If your country is not enrolled in Global Shipping. Comes with case. Additionally, this horn comes with the rare original counterweight that has a stain finish. Of course, if you would prefer a classic trombone with no rotors at all, Conn has fantastic options including the 8H Symphony Series Trombone and 100H Artist Series Trombone. Some instruments are for PARTS only, and you should bid on them as such. 4H Medium Bore Artist Date: 1924, Owned by Jim Weltman Please note that over-seas shipping will be higher. This would be an excellent choice for lead playing in the big band(check out. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USPS AND THEIR HANDLING. that's me playing this horn a few days ago in its current condition) Included is a case from the same era by Conn. Powered by For your consideration we offer this No. International bidders are welcomed, but please message me first to ensure that I can ship the horn to your country. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. International buyers, please be aware that you may incur a brokerage and/or customs fee upon delivery. The slide works lightning fast. Serial# is 299697 which dates it between 1934-35. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE! Features include an 8-5/8 inch rose brass bell, finger ring on the slide handle, brass outer slide tubes, chrome plated inner slide tubes, Conn 6.5ALS mouthpieceand a woodshell case. You get the ease of playing of a small horn but a much bigger sound. Conn 88H trombone ultimately begins in 1875 with the vision and determination of one man: Colonel C.G. Its early business was based primarily on brass instruments, which were manufactured in Elkhart, Indiana. The serial number of the instrument is 425# and the numbers are matching on the slide and the main body. 78H Artist Symphony Date: 1965, Owned by Bernhard Moser THE SLIDE WORKS VERY SMOOTH. international shipping is available but please message, me first to ensure that the horn can be shipped to your country. subject among some trombone players and conductors. Main Slide& tuning slide are both free& easy. Late payments do not qualify for return privileges. There was some d amage to the plastic in front which has been repaired. IT COMES WITH IT'S VERY CLEAN ORIGINAL CASE AND IS READY TO PLAY. The 52H Artist features a .525 / .547-inch dual bore handslide with a standard small shank mouthpiece receiver, traditional wrap F attachment, plus an 8.7-inch rose brass bell designed for excellent response and tone. Serial number 380xxx, manufactured late 1930s. There are also some areas where the lacquer is worn from holding the instrument when playing. There is very little lacquer left. SORRY WE DONT ALLOW PICKUPS.WE HAVE A WAREHOUSE shipping business NOT A STORE. 3 Conn mouthpiece, Lyle styled music stand and the original key in an envelope in the accessories box. Accessories and cases, and now are doing a bit of cleaning out of the old. If you purchase more than one item from us. Comparable(and personally prefer) to a King 2b. 4. 10. 24H Artist Date: 1961, Owned by William Janning The instrument was finished off with a light spray lacquer to maintain its finish. Owner unknown, picture courtesy of Al Gottesman at Lauderdale Wind Inc. As can be seen in this picture, the bell is red brass. Please do not ask us to ship internationally. 5G Victor Date: 1955 and 1972, Owned by Bob Ramsdell Conns of this era-up until the early'50s-had soft annealed bells wh ich added a lot of color to the sound. MAIL ITEMS OUT WITHIN 5 DAYS OF PAYMENT BEING RECEIVED. 40H Ball-room Model Date: 1927, Previously owned by Gary Sloane 3H : According to the Conn Loyalist list, this was a #1 1/2 Bore Artists' Small Bore with 6.5" or 7" Bell (Wurlitzer Special). WE STRIVE TO COMMUNICATE ANY ISSUES AND ASK THAT YOU UNDERSTAND ITEMS ARE PACKED AS CAREFULLY AS POSSIBLE. Questions should only refer to the item at hand and not to items listed on our website. There is minor damage to the case. IF YOU WILL NOT GIVE ME POSITIVE FEEDBACK OR* IN MY RATINGS PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFOREHAND. Dual bore trombone. International Buyers– Please Note: Please contact me for shipping and handling charges. 253056. Serial# 361898, made in Elkhart in 1946, LW is for lightweight slide. King 2B/3B vs Conn 4H/6H from Trombone. Top-Angebote für Conn Band & Orchester Blasinstrumente online entdecken bei eBay. This trombone will become a valued possession for, either the accomplished player or the novice. Instrument is in good condition apart from lacquer wear throughout and acid bleed around bell rim. 88H Artist Symphony with F rotary attachment Date: 1969, Owner unknown, picture courtesy of Al Gottesman at Lauderdale Wind Inc. New Wonder Bass Trombone Date: 1917, Owned by Ezra Harris We have not polished this piece and the gold bell interior shows its age. Up for sale is a 1920's vintage Conn 4H trombone in very good condition for its age with the expected minor dings and vintage patina. 1950 CG CONN 4H TROMBONE #390xxx Elkhart IN, STUNNING CONN 4H TROMBONE...SUPERB SLIDE ACTION, VINTAGE CONN SLIDE TROMBONE 4H? This horn looks fantastic and playings like a dream! Conn Trombone model 4H serial # 246871 (1927) FREE SHIPPING, Beautiful 4x Engraved 1929 CG Conn 4H Gold Plated Trombone, CONN VOCABELL / 4H TROMBONE W/KING CASE...SILKY SMOOTH SLIDE / GREAT PLAYER, VINTAGE Trombone C.G. 77H Connquest Date: 1972, Owned by David Oliver If you do not care about cosmetic issues and just want a great playing Trombone- this is your horn! Item must be returned within 14 days. The date of manufacture according to the Conn-Selmer website is 1936(based on the serial number) which makes this a 79 year old instrument that still plays! Please take a moment to leave us positive feedback on eBay. FREE SHIPPING- THANKS FOR LOOKING. Note: All trombones are in Bb unless otherwise noted. The C.G. IT IS IN EXCELLENT PLAYING CONDITION. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight(shipping) company or when you pick the item up– do not mistake them for additional shipping charges. Please feel free to ask any questions or if you would like more pictures. It's a n excellent lead horn. Payment terms: PAYPAL PA residents must pay 6% sales tax Shipping terms: Shipping fees are not negoationable I consider over-seas bidders- please contact me before bidding. RETURN POLICY: Shipping cost to and from is non-refundable. Here is one seriously rare trombone. 1953, Original Case, 3 Mouthpiece Conn"Victor" trombone manufactured in 1953. There is no case and no mouthpiece. 4C Vincent Bach mouthpiece that is very clean and shiny and also a Holton marked music holder. PLEASE READ! Item must be returned within 14 days. Every time I look at it I find some previously unnoticed detail. PLEASE NOTE: Since this is a. used instrument and it is being sold as found. The horn is in all original condition and the engraving is very crisp. This trombone plays excellent with a nice rich yet clear vibrant tone and excellent intonation. This trombone comes complete with original lined case. This trombone plays EXCELLENT with a warm yet clear tone The response and intonation are very good. No case included. 6. Conn Slide Trombones Model Number List: Model Number Model Name Year Introduced Years Used Year Discontinued-#? This is a controversial Payment must be received within 48 Hours after auction ends. I would have it cleaned and realigned for PERFECT operation because of what kind of professional trombone this is. If you have a good quality picture of … Conn Symphony 88HCL Tenor Trombone, Christian Lindberg Valve, Rose Brass Bell. This model is much sought after by collectors and players for its unique look with the gold interior bell. Please review all pictures and ask questions before bidding. This is a C.G. $2,149.00. 1, Important shipping NOTICE below. Exceptional vintage instrument by C.G. I admit that I am less adept at spotting the differences between Conn trombones. If you'd like any more pictures or specifics, please feel free to contact me. We will not end the auction early! There are 2 mouthpieces and the small clip music holder included. 600 Industrial Parkway Elkhart, Indiana 46516 574.295.6730. REGARDING FEEDBACK& DSR: I GREATLY APPRECIATE POSITIVE FEEDBACK AND* IN ALL DETAILED SELLER RATING CATAGORIES. Please email with any questions. Sales to the lower 48 only. 78H Medium Bore Symphony Date: 1928, Owner unknown The upper inner slide/receiver must be from a Conn Director as the mouthpiece receiver is marked Director. With that said, the slide still falls under its own weight and is a decent 7/10 when dry. All orders are shipped via our choice of UPS. Partials are in tune and the upper register speaks freely. This means that we are NOT going to hold items until we post more the following week. See Conn Loyalist website for full history. also, i will not devalue or lie on customs forms. Paypal payment preferred. It includes a Vincent Bach Corp 12C Mouthpiece in Very Good Condition. There are no loose braces/joints. eBay recently added a lot of importance to the five star rating system for sellers. C.G. These are great for the person who has instruments to restore or for the repair person looking for extra vintage parts. or Best Offer. This horn has beautiful art deco engraving on the bell. No Shipping to APO/FPO. SERIAL# 225000 THIS HAS AMAZING ART DECO SCROLL WORK ON BELL THIS WAS WELL CARED FOR WITH NO VISIBLE BELL DINGS. There are three approaches to figuring out what model an instrument is.