Stolen Instrument

Publié: 13 Sep 2019

Rare Vintage Elkhart Conn 8D in Nickel Silver

Stolen: 12 Aug 2019 - 10:30 P.M. - In front of #250 West 100th St. (The Whitehall) - Upper West Side, Manhattan, NYC

On or about 10:15 on the evening of August 12, 2019 the French horn was left either in the hatch of a 2018 Subaru Outback, or possibly, on the pavement directly behind the car and between two parked cars. At the time, the owner ultimately presumed it to have been taken to his apartment by a family member. When its absence was noticed the following morning, and no trace of it found at the spot where it was last seen, it was presumed taken, and duly reported to the police at the 24th Precinct. The instrument is a vintage horn of rare provenance, and is irreplaceable to its owner, who seeks its recovery - No questions asked.
Description de l'instrument:
This a vintage instrument manufactured in 1939 and recently refurbished. It has several distinguishing features which include dime extensions on the valve keys, a Dieter Otto Adjustable hand rest, copper plating on the slides, and a unique thumb valve string linkage. The horn was in a black nylon Protec traditional hard case (for non-removeable bells) . Its contents included an extra leadpipe (Seraphinoff) taped to the horn, an Atkinson B5 mouthpiece, and a mute.
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