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    FS: Conn 4-Valve Curved Bell - Interesting Model

    As near as I can tell this horn was made around Dec. 1979. It looks somewhat like Connstellation and has a floating leadpipe. But there is no trigger, which I thought was standard. The finish is rough but it seems mechanically sound and there are no existing/visible dents of much consequence. No case is included. Seller is experience and has a 100% positive rating. Buy-it-now price is $755 and there is a make offer button.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Conn-4-Valv...l/124171764006

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    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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    It appears to be a pre Constellation 24I model. The 4th valve doesn't appear to have the double tubing like the Constellation and there is no trigger. I think the Smith model was the first to be the 24I but I may be incorrect.
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