Here's a King Master cornet from the early 1940's with the innovative "underslung" wrap design! We've had a little work done on the mouthpiece receiver and some bell dents removed. There's a dent on the knuckle joint into the third valve and several small dents on the leadpipe. There has been a dent removed from the second valve slide crook. There are several spots of lacquer wear. The bell rim has some slight rippling. There are several spots on the leadpipe that may be the beginnings of redrot, but no leaks. All valves and slides move freely, and the valves have good compression. These are fun horns to play!
- Tuning slide lock
- Lyre box
- Straight bell
- Medium Bore (.455)
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