Trombone, an adaptation stated by Carse to consist of the bell of an alto trombone with added trumpet tubing. The trumpet tubing bears evidence of having been made by the same hand or workshop as 14.5.47/244. Now consisting of four bows, the looping being half the length of the bell branch. Bell garland decorated with stylised flowers and foliage. A hinged engraved plate serves as a stay between the bell branch and middle branch. Lacks mouthpiece. Stamped: Johann Carl Kodisch Nürnberg (engraved, with date 1694 and representation of a prancing horse, on bell garland).

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