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Double-coiled, English cornet made entirely of brass. It has three Stözel valves with nickel-silver buttons, and one flat, round-cover key mounted on saddle, with tonehole located at bell tube bow (MacFarlane's clapper key for trills, patented in 1845). The instrument is complete with case, having protective caps for the pistons, additional crooks and tuning bits, and a mouthpiece. Nominal pitch: B-flat.

  • Measurements:Length: 310mm; Height: 220mm; Bell diameter: 123mm; Sounding length: 1320mm; Length (mouthpiece receiver bit): 65mm; Length (A-flat crook): 210mm; Length (G crook): 340mm; Length (A straight bit): 170mm; Length (F crook): 540mm