Mouth piece is stuck, I believe the end is slightly bent. Work will be needed to bring it up to optimal playability. But the 3rd slide is a little stiff. The engraving is simple Pan American elkhart ind. Because of the info I obtained from your site over a 3 month period I became knowledgeable enough to buy a wonderful 1956 Conn Director 14B.
We do our best to describe cosmetic issues. Conn's storied history reflects a dedication for innovation and quest for the ultimate in design and craftsmanship - an industry leader in musical performance. In the 1930's you have what I call the curved style braces. Powered by The free listing tool. Nice vintage Pan American trumpet made in Elkhart Indiana.
These charges are the buyer's responsibility. I would call these Pan American stencils. I will check from time to time for registrations. I continue to gather serial numbers and so far have obtained nothing that changes the draft's alignment. It also comes with a brass clip I assume to hold sheet music with.
I'm sure when badenia has a chance, he'll give you a more precise estimate. An Questions Feel Free To Ask. The earliest Buescher I have recorded with it is 1907. Thanks in advance for your feedback. The serial number is a P198xxC. Since the first American cornet in 1875, C.
Just in case you've not yet seen it, you will find Badenia's Pan American dating study very helpful. There are no 1958 Pan American's. I tried to take clear photos, but these are the best I came up with. The Haynes patent is based on drawing the tone holes centered to the tube. The closer I looked the more amazed I became.
This Pan American Trumpet has a serial of 200532. There's one in an antique store near me, but the only markings on the body were the serial number, which I'll get if it is a Pan-Am. Also have to play with latches to latch closed. We ship every few days and the average shipping time is 5 to 8 days. Clearly stamped as a 42M Serial 55483 could be 56483. If you feel that any content is in violation of copyright, please. In 1915, Colonel Conn sold the C.
The two most noticeable small dings are shown in the pics. I know it is a model 58B from 1950. The bell has a mark from where a crease was rolled out but no major dents. Does yours have the interesting somewhat primitive micro-tuner neck? Unfortunately, this was cut back. So for the moment, I am thinking that the Super Pan American model 70M, carries the model for the 60M, but has nickel trim keys and better engraving.
A note about survey progress - I am at just over 1400 in the saxes and need to get to about 1550 before I can look at production stats. I am assuming this one 5833 has the 1915 Hardy patent stamp and the T type as opposed to the Mercedes type key guard? Best, Kurt Hi Kurt, Those are the only photos he posted, so no, I don't have a pic of the G pinky cluster. In 1919 there seems to have been a transistion phase as around 58000 where i see see mixed straight and rolled versions. It has been play tested and it plays nicely with good compression. Based on current information, your alto model 48M vintages at 1930.