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Because this is a working factory, tours are limited to about 30 minutes and no more than four to five visitors per tour, please. No open-toed shoes or sandals allowed, but cameras and questions are welcome!We will repair all Kanstul instruments, and many popular brands at our discretion.Our instruments are available through authorized Kanstul dealers only.The only instruments available directly from the factory are our G Bugles, select specialty instruments such as coach horns and ceremonial bugles, mouthpieces, parts and accessories.The end ferrules at the crook are nickel, but are simplified without any beauty marks as seen on later models.There are a few tiny spots of corrosion on the chrome plated stockings, but it's inconsequential.There is a small irregularity at the end of one slide tube, but it does not seem to affect action.The bell section is mostly brass with nickel trim, and the 8" bell is made of gold brass.
Hence, I don't think there were any trombones produced at the previous site (I haven't seen any evidence to suggest the opposite), but don't quote me on this!
*1980 - 1986 serial numbers are for student trumpet and cornets only.
Other cup mouthpiece serial numbers are not available at this time.
For example, in 1928 the Apollo serial numbers were 8600 - 8700.
In 1939 the Mercury models had serial numbers in the 10,000s. Note: From 1987 to present, add 50 to the serial number prefix to calculate the year of manufacture.