Name: Michael Hill
City: St. Louis
State: Missouri/Illinois
Country: United States
Serial Number: L37X...
Bore: Large
Alloy: Nickel Silver
Bell: Detachable
Lacquer: Yes, slightly worn (52 years old)
Case: C.G. Conn case
Condition: Excellent
Other Details: A great package for a student, or an Elkhart lover!
Lacquer: on Lawson yellow brass bell is at about 75%, I’d recommend removing lacquer
Case: C.G. Conn case
Playing Condition: Excellent
Other Details: 3rd owner. Great compression! Lawson lead-pipe installed
Built in Elkhart, Indiana in 1968, nickel silver.
This horn comes with a C.G. CONN cut bell case and hand strap as well.
Normal wear and tear (lacquer), plays beautifully!

Selling because my wife and I are having a baby boy soon, it would be nice to have extra finances available...and I prefer piston thumb Schmidt designs and this should be in the hands of someone who truly appreciates the Elkhart series! I will get the horn cleaned and prepped ready to ship!

A great find for an Elkhart. PM me for additional information! We can set up a video conference to view the horn further. (Flowers not included!)
Extras: Extras: Additional Lawson bell (yellow brass bell),
C.G. CONN case/straps
Osmun Mute bag
Hand strap
Horn grip (purple)
Base straight mute
2 old basic mouthpieces: Vincent Bach 12 and Jupiter 3


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