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Double-coiled, English cornet made entirely of brass. Three Stözel valves with nickel-silver buttons. One flat, round-cover key mounted on saddle, with tonehole located at bell tube bow (MacFarlane's clapper key for trills, patented in 1845). Two additional crooks for F and G. Silver-plated mouthpiece. Nominal pitch: B-flat. This instrument is part of the Albert C. Spencer collection.

  • Measurements:Length: 380mm; Bell diameter: 120mm; Height: 230; Crook length: 200mm