Condition: Condition is good, commensurate with frequent use, thinning painted
surface; original bridge and carved tuning keys.
Additional Information: This unique primitive/folksy acoustic instrument was found in
the Southern United States. The headstock, neck, and body were carved from the solid;
top is applied. The surface wear and patina suggest that this instrument was played
often and regularly.
Miniature Bugles, Pair, Cased Date/Period: Vintage - SOLD
Measurement: Case: 2.25" x 6.5" x 7.5"; Bugles: 5.5"
Material: Brass, copper, nickel
Additional Information: The bodies are copper; mouth of bell and coupler are brass;
mouthpiece and chair appear to be nickel. Anonymous maker. The pair are housed
within a fitted case.
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