In this particular instance there is no case for the instrument, but this horn came with something very sweet.
This is a Martin flugelhorn from 1919, and it is in quite good shape for its age! It has lovely engraving, including USMC, showing that it was originally a U S Marine Corps horn. As a retired Navy musician, I have a lot of Marine musician friends - they do some fabulous work, and it was fun when we got to work together.
Unfortunately, we don’t know how this horn plays because it’s missing its main tuning slide, but we do have a lot of information about the previous owner and his career in music. It came with a wonderful letter from his widow detailing his career, and we will send that with it to the next owner.
This Martin will be listed soon in our As-Is Garage sale, so you won’t see it on my bench, but it is all ready to be your next project!
Wishing you lots of wonderful musical memories!
I’m a bugler that served in the Navy. I tender Taps at funerals and memorial services for those that served. I’d be honored to own such an amazing piece of history. A flugelhorn is the only missing part to my bugling/ trumpeting repertoire. What would it take for me to own it?
Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?
Hi, I have a small lot of flugelhorn / mellophone tuning slides
and crooks. I got them for the one F horn crook I wanted. LOL.
If you send me the dimensions and I have one I’ll send it to free.
Or, if you keep and use such, you can have the whole lot. I only do F horns and can’t use any of this.