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DescriptionName: J Charles Sernatinger
Serial Number: n/a
Alloy: Nickel Silver
Lacquer: mostly removed
Case: flat Holton case
Other Details: The bell was cut on this horn and fixed with an Alexander screw. The paddle levers were replaced with pivot arms, so the strings draw straight across the bearing. All of the water keys, including the key for the 3rd Bb slide, have been replaced with Amado keys. I took most of the lacquer off the horn, but there are some spots where it would not come off. There are no dings on the horn. This is a big bore, big sound horn, with a dark timbre, and is in tune top to bottom. I used it for big orchestra pieces and band concerts, but I own six horns, and this one is simply not getting played much. It needs a loving home.
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