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Teardrop shaped Over The Shoulder set of midhorn/ballad horns, late 1800s. I hear there are only two complete sets of these in existence, and this is not one of them.

Teardrop shaped Over The Shoulder set of midhorn/ballad horns, late I hear there are only two complete sets of these in existence, and this is not one of them.

An early bass instrument with a mouthpiece like a brass instrument and side holes like a woodwind.

The Serpent is an ancient musical wind instrument, related to the modern Tuba…

1840's French Horn --- https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/

An natural horn made by a famous horn maker A. Courtois in Paris. Before Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments, Japan

Bohland & Fuchs Schediphon c.1905 This is a duplex instrument designed by Josef Josefovich Schediwa (1853-1915).  In addition to the 4 valves a fifth valve operated by the left hand selects the smaller  bell - producing  a trombone sound from the cylindrical tubing versus a more mellow sound from the larger conical bore of the euphonium side of the instrument.

Bohland & Fuchs Schediphon This is a duplex instrument designed by…

Harmonicor  Date:    late 19th century  Geography:    France?  Medium:    brass  Classification:    Aerophone-Free Reed  Credit Line:    The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Harmonicor Date: late century Geography: France? Medium: brass Classification: Aerophone-Free Reed Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Deering David Holt Signature Banjo #LardysChordophoneOfTheDay ~ https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/lardys-other-fretted-chordophones-of-the-day/ ~

Deering David Holt Model Banjo

frettedchordophones: “ Deering David Holt Model Banjo ” Lardy’s Chordophone of the day - a year ago

Bass saxtuba in E-flat  Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris)  Date: 1855  Geography: Paris, France  Culture: Paris, France  Medium: brass

Bass saxtuba in E-flat Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium Paris) Date: 1855 Geography: Paris, France Culture: Paris, France Medium: brass