City: Ottawa Lake,
Serial Number: 299426
Bore: Medium
Alloy: Nickel Silver
Bell: Fixed
Lacquer: 85%
Case: useable
Condition: Good
Other Details: F.E. Olds Geyer wrap, Combo NiSi & Brass. Marston Valves. 1950s F. E. Olds was in Fullerton, California. Olds was being run at this time by Mr. Reynolds who had closed down his Ohio factory and had taken up the task of helping Olds to gain market share over Conn. Reynolds may have decided to use the Geyer wrap on this “high end” horn. This will probably never be known for sure, but it makes discussion…This horn is in good shape, never a serious accident, One re-soldered brace, scratched finish worn through is a few high wear spots, Spatulas are a combo of Ni & Brass. Email for additional pix, A nice horn for a serious player who wants a Geyer wrap and the NiSi sound. Not sure of the date, but has the earlier bell and LP braces. A rare horn in the Brass/NiSi combo Shipped in an aftermarket case in a 18″ X 18″ X 27″ box weighing 21 pounds.The cost is paid by the buyer. Cannot be shipped to countries that have a 2m/ 78″ girth + one length countries. Otherwise OK. Overseas, actual cost USPS Priority overseas
ADSMANAGER_EXTRAS: useable case.


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