Fixed Bell Alexander Case
Can only be set in F
Here is a lovely example of a vintage 103 most likely dating form the 1940s. We can’t say who all the previous owners have been, however the current owner has had the instrument for under 10 years.
An instrument of this age is bound to have signs of wear. It has had the valves plated in the past and has an extra patch next to the main spout guard. It is gold brass with a fixed original bell and possesses wonderful hand engraved valve caps and bell logo.
Although this instrument is probably not up to the rigors of a busy professional player’s schedule, it has plenty of life left in it. You’ll be proud to turn up to a rehearsal with this piece of horn history in your hands!