Fanfare trumpet. Index card reads: Natural trumpet, without crooks. Brass. Remains of silk banner. Full inscription: Franz Mazogatto, Waldhorn und Trompeten Macher in Wien 1816

Franz Mazogatto (also recorded as Mazzucato) was a brass instrument maker based in central Vienna in the first half of the 19th century. He was granted a licence to trade in 1812 and later rose to the senior position of 'Oberstvorsteher' within the city's brass instrument maker's association. He remained active as an instrument maker until his death in 1832 and was also known for hand horns and keyed trumpets.

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