This vintage King Liberty trumpet is in great shape. It has 80-85% of the re-lacquer with light player wear across the horn. It has just come back from the shop where a few small dings were taken out of the bow and everything was adjusted so it plays great. It has a serial number of 335490 making it a 1953-1954 vintage horn. The third valve tuning slide and the main tuning slide are both two-part tuning slides. As it comes apart you will see the numbers 490 engraved indicating that this is original to this horn. The engraving on the bell is still nice and clear with leaves and flowers around the words ” King Liberty made by The H.N. White Co. Cleveland Ohio”. It comes in a replacement Bach case which is in very good condition. No mouthpiece is included. This trumpet has a bright, round sound with great intonation. It plays very easily up and down its registers. It really can pack a punch if you want it to just like you would expect from a great King instrument.
Instrument Condition: The overall physical condition of this used instrument is very good.
Playing Condition: This instrument is currently in excellent playing condition.
The Finish: It has approximately 80-85% of the re-lacquered finish.
Player Wear: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
Valve Condition: All the valves are in good working condition and all of the tuning slides are loose.
Lead Pipe Condition: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
Back Bell Bow Condition: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
The Bell: No dents or evidence of bell edge damage.
Bell Diameter Approximately: 4 1/2 inches.
Bore Size: .448″
The Mouthpiece: No mouthpiece is included, or other accessories.
The Stand: If pictured, not included.
The Case: Very good used condition replacement Bach case (general wear with some edge wear and visible surface scratches).
Engraving: King Liberty Made By The H.N. White Co. Cleveland Ohio (on the bell) “-King-” Made by H.N. White Co Clev’d. O. (above the serial number on the second valve casing).