Thursday 24 January 2013

French Horn

We get some different things in from time to time. Recent items to sell on commission are a French Horn with compensating valve, a Selmer baritone and an old Boosey and Hawkes Regent clarinet.
The old Regents were a solid reliable bit of kit. There were lots of them used in schools and after 30 or 40 years they are still going strong. This one needs a bit of work before I sell it but it should make for a good useable beginners instrument.
The baritone is a 1970s Selmer Mk VI. Highly regarded instruments, this is a good blower whcih comes in the original case, which is a pretty neat shaped case. I need to check it over before selling it, but it is in good condition and well worth a look.
The French Horn is a Lehmann of Hamburgh. Probably Carl Lehmann. It has detachable bell whcih appears to be gold plated. This has had a fair bit of use and been knocked about a little, but it works well and looks to be well made.
I'm not sure who will want these but if you know anyone that might be interested please pass on out details!

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