Bugle in C
Double-coiled bugle made entirely of brass, now exhibiting a verdigris patina. The metal tubing exhibits a tab-seam. There are two ring plates located at the mouthpiece receiver and bell rim. The mouthpiece is made of brass. Nominal pitch: 4-foot C.
C. W. Moritz [Corporation]
Stroud District (Cowle) Museum
- Inventory number:
- Place of production:
Berlin (Timezone: Europe/Berlin)
- Hornbostel-Sachs classification:423.121.22 End-blown labrosones with curved or folded tubes, with mouthpiece
- Specific materials/techniques:
- Decorative elements:Embossed oval plate on bell with crowned Prussian eagle, with FR cypher (Fredericus Rex) on breast, and with sword and scepter on claws.
- Inscriptions:Engraved in garland: C. W. Moritz / Berlin|Stamped in garland: G.R.K.1 1903. 2.B.R.J.R.3. (Garde Reserve Korps 1; 2 Bataillon Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment 3 ?)
- Hornbostel-Sachs category:423.121.22 End-blown labrosones with curved or folded tubes, with mouthpiece
- Repository:Stroud District (Cowle) Museum
- Measurements:Length: 268mm; Width: 180mm; Bell diameter: 110mm