Name: Bruce Tubbs
City: Ottawa Lake,
State: MI
Country: USA
Serial Number: 47762
Bore: medium
Alloy: Yellow Brass
Bell: Fixed
Lacquer: 89%
Case: factory/ fair repairable
Condition: Good
Other Details: c. 1957
Plays very well. Good example of the Cleveland Reynolds Brass Pottag model. Cleveland built after the company was acquired by Scherl & Roth. As with most horns that are 60+ years old it has had minor work done since it left the factory. The valves are in very good condition and it plays well and in tune across the F to Bb. A good horn for someone seeking a Pottag model horn. The valve set is the same, as the later horns with oil ports on the lower bearing shaft. Carl Geyer thought that Reynolds built the best rotary valve sets in America. The re-moveable leather grip wrap could be removed to fit a smaller hand. The string linkage can be used to lower or raise the spatulas. Email questions. Buyer pays shipping based upon the USPS priority mail calculator to your zip code. @ 21 LBS 18X 18 X 27 inch box.
Extras: factory case in repairable condition, or a used generic fixed bell case.


Telephone: 419 460 8029
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