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alex wrote at 2010-11-13 12:24:42
Its a German Military one...The "JR12"stands for Infantry Regiment 12.Probably from WW1 because it was common in those days to mark everything with the regiment on it...( not during WW2, for example..)  


Lorena wrote at 2013-10-16 00:37:30
Hi there,

I have recently acquired a similar bugle with the same engraving Max Glass & Co, Kilngenthal 1.5a. It fetched about $300 (Aus). Mine is marked 1937. I hope to get some more info on it soon from the antique dealer who sold it to me.


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