Please message me before bidding! They are often very well built, good sounding and playing horns, however the modest monetary amount that they fetch will mean that one can very quickly be upside down when putting money into them to get them up and running. A variant of this first system was used in 8. It plays excellent from top to bottom with great intonation. Comes with a its original Olds hardshell case. When I started researching the history of F. Bugles Serial Number Year Manufactured --- Serial Number Year Manufactured 1000 Feb.
Placed in ascending serial number order. So I feel pretty safe in proceeding with that number. Since these were very likely being made to order at that time, this probably means trombone number 4094 was actually made in late 1926. Most Olds trombones were made to order at this time. Advanced Search; 1947 Olds Ambassador Trumpet 1957 Olds Ambassador Cornet 1958 Olds. Increases in volume were accompanied by a lessening in quality, however.
A to Z and the final two numbers go from 0. The valves are in nice used condition and work well- compression is excellent! The letter code indicates frame model, which would include bike. The effect on Olds may have been delayed due to a variety of economic factors. All but the Super models could be ordered with a distinctive finish on the bell. The lead pipe, for example, was very different from anything Olds had produced. This also means that maker's catalog serial number lists to not automatically apply to these Olds horns as they did not actually make their saxophone models.
You can read my reasoning for the pre- 1. Olds merged with competitor and Foster's former company, F. I will try the best that I can to help you. The trumpet and cornet both stem from common ancestry. Oh well, I don't know much about it but hopefully some one on here with some experience will be able to shed some light on it. This Trumpet plays excellent and rivals some professional model horns I have played. Because the cylindrical nature of the trumpet did not lend itself to the keyed-tone-hole system it was used continuously in its straight, open-toned form, utilizing different instruments in varying lengths for changes of key.
So I'm throwing out the 1925-6000 data point. Reynolds was regarded as one of the top brass instrument designers in the country, and was responsible for the introduction of many of the finest Olds trumpets and cornets. A serial number list from 1952 until the. It's not like this thing is going to be worth 700 bucks or anything like that. I don't know how to reconcile these accounts so I'll just present. Photos will also be needed to date the horn as a result. Larry It looks like the real thing, a genuine vintage Olds Special with the bronze bell flair and long-handled spit valves.
The decision was made to close the Fullerton plant and the machinery, tools and parts inventory were auctioned. I can make it sing and make noises so it plays fine. Mouthpiece included- This trumpet is old. A black plastic Selmer hard case is included and is in nice used condition. The tuning slides are free and the water keys work fine.
For now I'm allocating these numbers evenly across that span of years at a rate of 750 horns a year. I'm assuming that the 7514 Super Recording was made a few years before it was sold. I don't think that's what happened. The second one's stem is unscrewed doesn't seem. Here's my current thinking based on the information I have received so far.
I think it has been relacquered. If you could just get the bell fixed up, rest of the lacquer off, and cleaned and unfroze the thing it would be a pretty decent horn. For now, , is not allowing additional entries, but it contains a wealth of information as it is. Another catalog is actually dated 1939 and shows the Radio model cornet but still does not introduce the Super Recording trumpet and cornet. The valves are in nice used condition and function well- compression is excellent. Olds and Son over 20 years ago, there was very little known about the early years of this company.