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    Posted 6 years ago

    StillLearn…
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    My grandfather's Conn Coronet (purchased 1907), with original case and original signed guarantee certificate by Mr. Conn. Apparently, there were quite a lot of these from that era; any Conn experts want to offer information, I'd love to know more. It still plays as though it were brand new! Hope you enjoy seeing, thanks for looking!

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    1. StillLearning, 6 years ago
      fortapache, thank you for the love
    2. StillLearning, 6 years ago
      Aura, thanks so much!
    3. jscott0363 jscott0363, 6 years ago
      Oh wow!! I had a Reynolds coronet in 1976 when I was in the school brass band. I remember well that it was expensive back then and was used when my parents bought it.
    4. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
      Love the detailing on this, what's the small letting at the bottom of center key chamber?
    5. StillLearning, 6 years ago
      I can only guess that the very small lettering is a type of serial number, however, it does not match the number referenced in the certificate - puzzling. Thanks jscotto363 and kerry10456 for the nice comments, and thanks for the love:
      brunswick
      jscott0363
      kerry10456
      sean68
      Much appreciate it!
    6. StillLearning, 6 years ago
      egreely 1976, thank you!
    7. OlofZ OlofZ, 6 years ago
      Nice! It's definitely a Perfected Conn-queror (as stated in the certificate) , and what it should look like 1907. The serial number should be between 96500-101444 if produced in 1907. It says 93605 in the certificate? Produced in 1906 if so. And you say the serial doesn't match? What is the serial number on the second valve? There should be two extra slides for the main tuning to get it to play in A as well. Maybe there's a space for those in the case.
    8. StillLearning, 6 years ago
      OlofZ, thanks; that very tiny number on the 2nd valve has more digits (with letters mixed in) than the 93605 shown on the certificate. Would that very tiny engraving be where the SN is supposed to be? I will have to put a magnifying glass to it. There were more items in the case, not sure what they were, and some extra mouth pieces also.

      And thanks for the love -- you and brunswick!
    9. OlofZ OlofZ, 6 years ago
      Hm, could the tiny letters simply say "PATENTED"? If you look close enough? The SN is usually along the second valve from bottom to top and not across. If you're unlucky it could be worn down a bit.

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