1980s globe round stamp sovereign tenor horn for sale

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Butterface, Nov 30, 2014.

  1. Butterface

    Butterface New Member


    I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this model is still in demand. I have owned it for twenty years but don't play anymore. There is one small ding in the bell and one of the little struts between slides has come loose. Should I get it fixed or would a new owner prefer to do this do you think? Do people still love these old instruments. Not long ago I was offered 1200£ as apparently they are like hens teeth. It just seems a shame to have it and not play such a beautiful instrument. Should I have it repaired (minor damage), if I don't will it massively affect sale price? Played this horn when I took part in a master class with Gordon Higginbottom. Advice grateful accepted x
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