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nickigirl212 wrote at 2011-11-07 13:26:06
Amanda, I have a Concertone silver trumpet in great shape and it is as you say. I can find no serial number on it anywhere. The numbers you gave are sequential on the valves to keep them straight. Mine has the numbers 55,56,57. Modern trumpets have a 1, 2, 3 on the valve casings. You do not have a knock off horn but I can't find a serial number on mine either.

Hornman wrote at 2013-12-08 14:58:08
No serial numbers are usually found on Concertones!!! the numbers on the valves are probably assemblers reference numbers,used when the Concertones where assembled!!I have seen identical numbers on other European horns. These horns had the most convoluted airflow pattern from M/P to valve block I've ever seen!


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