Kornettschulen

Mundstücke, Dämpfer und Dies und Das

Couesnon 4

Courtois 3

Courtois Modele Arban 6

Couesnon No.4

Courtois Modele Arban 5

Robert Barth Stuttgart

Leopold Mitsching Elberfeld

Eduard Kruspe Erfurt

Christian Reisser Ulm

Martin Ignaz Fuchs Graslitz

Antoine Courtois 88 P. Des Marais St. Martin Paris

Modele J. Levy

Couesnon & Cie Paris No 2 EMBOUCHURE RAYÉE GUILBAUT Bte. S.G.D.G

Couesnon & Cie Paris für Saxhorn Alto EMBOUCHURE RAYÉE GUILBAUT Bte. S.G.D.G

Conn Correct Model B

York & Son Model Besson

Couesnon Paris Monopole Nr.4 ( Trompette )

Halary F. Sudre 3

F. Besson Paris

Pelisson Lyon, Paris 1

F. Besson Paris 5b

Pelisson Lyon, Paris 2

C. Mahillon Belgien

Kosikup Regr 14 England

J.S. Malko W. Częstochowie Polen

P. Senecaut Bruxelles

Besson

A. Dehmal's Wien Breiteg ( Tenor )

Julius Altrichter Frankfurt ( Tenor )

Meister Hablowetz 11 ( Tenor ) Graslitz

V.F. Cerveny & Sons ( Tenor ) Tschechien

Hüttl Cup Trumpet, Bugle Germany SC 18

Conn Levy Model Patent February 1875

Harry B. Jay Chicago 1922 Cornet

Harry B. Jay Chicago 1922 Trumpet

Harry B. Jay Chicago 1922

Conn Stross

Levy Model ( Hy. Dist Yj. 0 )

Lyon & Healy The Only Genuine Levy Model Chicago

York & Sons Boston Model 7

York & Sons Boston Model 7

Frank Holton Chicago 27

T. Reynolds Sena

Lawries

Frank Holton 1 ( Alto Horn )

Humes & Berg New Stone Lined Patented Mutes Chicago1935

Straight Mute

Cup Mute

Bucket Mute

Pixie Mute

Sh! Sh! Quiet Mannie Klein Practice Mute

Cornet Mute Julius J. Neumann Chicago Patent Sept. 8 1903

Photo : Nando van Westrienen

Henry Distin 1903

Boosey & Hawkes ( gebaut wie der Doorknob von Conn )

Couesnon Catalogue 1912

Katalog Julius Heinrich Zimmermann ca. 1910

Conn ( The Doorknob )