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« on: Aug 12, 2017, 10:30PM »

I acquired the bell in trade. It is paired with a 6H slide section from the same year.

Originals have minor smooth Conn wear. When cleaned it is around 8/10. Giggable in my opinion. I am a huge fan of keeping originals unless they simply won't do any longer. And that isn't the case here. No dents on the slide or the slide crook.

Speaking of case, this comes in a modern era tapered black molded case in good shape.

My wife is after me to lose some of my back up horns.

The bell is very open and lively. Different from what one might expect a coprion bell to be. It really rings and cuts through. But not abrasively. No dents on the bell or the tuning crook. bell flare has good lacquer. Very nice looking with deep engraving.

$650 + shipping. Paypal friends and family option please.

Pics sent to email on request.

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Hi, I'm interested in purchasing this. I cannot fund it for a few weeks, however, but will pay your asking price if I like the photos. Could you please send photos to my e-mail address?

Thanks, Jan Paul "JP" Folkenroth

Jan Paul "JP" Folkenroth
Bath, Maine, Bath Municipal Concert Band
Bath Municipal Swing Band
Conn 48H Connstellation, with 7G valve, Bach 15E, 7C
Conn 18H Coprion Director, Bach 15C, 12C
Reynolds TO-01 Contempora Bass, Bach 1.5G, 6.5AL, Reynolds 2A
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