In silver plate, this is a classic and one of the earliest Bachs I've ever seen! There are many similarities to later era NY Bachs, however the ferrules on the valve slides are a little different (as are the pull buttons and tuning slide brace). The bell reads "Vincent Bach Corporation New York." There is a T engraved between the lines.
#3 leadpipe & T bell (supposedly the T bell is now Bach's #1 bell which they use for the Commercial models).
The second valve casing is stamped 65, but there is no bore indication. There is V. Bach New York U.S.A. in a box on the second slide as well.
It is in excellent condition and has only had 3 owners (Mr. Endsley, a Mr. Larry Delinger, and the original owner in Nebraska). This is a major collector's item and it plays well to boot!
Cash, money orders, and checks will receive a 3% discount!
Not available for trial at the shop. Any fair and reasonable offer (which actually might be above the estimated price) will be considered. Email us and we will help.
The Endsley family will get the proceeds... Jerry taught my teacher who showed me how to hand cut and shape mouthpieces. I feel like I owe the family a great deal and this is why we are helping.
If you have any questions call or email us. We are always happy to help!
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Also note weight indicated in the ad is shipping weight not actual weight of instrument.
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