Horn in F (baroque pitch). Circular copper body with brass bell garland, bell stay and mouthpiece receiver. Ivory mouthpiece. A ferrule covers the join between the bell and the body. The bell garland has a scalloped inner edge and is inscribed with two concentric bands. The outer band is decorated with chevrons, while the inner band carries the inscription: WILLIAM BULL, LONDINI FECIT 1699

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