ALL Miscellaneous Brass (listings that fall into the Vintage, unusual, and not of the usual categories listed elsewhere in Brass listings)
All serviced and come with good case and mouthpiece unless indicated to the contrary. Listings in Alphabetical Order.

BESSON
F. Besson Valve Trombone, #22185 (late 1870’s)
Reads: “Brevetee…198 Busten Rd, London”. Tarnished Nickel Silver, almost bluish in color. Not great valve action. Free of dents. No Case, but might be able to find one. SOLD
CONN
C.G. Conn Baritone Horn. #136621. (1924)
Top Loaded. 3 valves. Pistons are in a bag. No case.
DRISTIN
SOLD
Dristin Valve Trombone, Serial #23113 (1871)
Reads: “9 & 7 G7 Newport Street…London”. Raw brass, ok valve action actually, not bad. Not bad on dents. No Case, but might be able to find one.
HOLTON
Holton Alto Horn, (looks like), #B49159
badly tarnished; in parts, all parts look present. Have shell of Bell and first grouping (sic). Valve cluster separate. 3 valves.
OLDS
Olds Marching mellophone
Very clean with nice case. $450
YAMAHA
SOLD
Yamaha YBH-300M Marching baritone
Serviced. $800
SOLD
Yamaha YMP-202M Marching mellophone
Very clean with nice case. $7475
WHITE
King H.N. White, official Boy Scout Bugle, No serial #
Reads (in beautiful engraving) : “LicensedOfficial Bugle Be Prepared Boy Scouts Of America”. Raw Brass; dents at top of horn, one dent at bottom, bell free of dents. Came with original looking mouthpiece; no name on it. No Case, but should be able to find one.
Interesting and/or Antique Brass (inquire for pricing)

SOLD
Distin Cornet, in parts, Valve cluster says #20675
Bell (dented) says #19228 (1904). On Bell reads: “American Model…Williamsport)

SOLD
Lyon & Healey Trumpet, Silver, Chicago, #1895
Reads: “Improved…Own Make”. Dual/Double main slide action, but has significent resolders on this, and comes unsoldered from the instrument. Is the original piece apparently. No Case, but should be able to find one.