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Since the data has been obtained from various sources, the amount of information on each instrument varies.In particular, the inscriptions are recorded to differing levels of detail by different cataloguers and as a result descriptions of the inscriptions are not entirely uniform. [ Franz Streitwieser; Musica Kremsmünster 124 ] Natural trumpet Stamped with monogram FB / “ F.

BESSON / BREVETÉE / 198 EUSTON ROAD / LONDON”. Trombone According to the British Bandsman , sold February 1875 to Haydock Band.

Stamped on bell “40 MEDALS OF HONOUR” within banner / ... BESSON / ``Prototype'' / 198 EUSTON ROAD / LONDON / ...”. Inf.”; it was part of a batch of 6 (2497-2502) and was numbered no later than . [ Church Army in Australia ] The latest surviving slide instrument stamped “28 MEDALS OF HONOUR” Tenor trombone. BESSON / LONDON / 3777”; on bell section at joint and on outer slide section “3777”. According to the firm's archives [Besson stock books], the instrument was “ Trombone Si♭ Cl 1”; sold to “ Fischer” in a batch of 9 (3947-55); it was numbered no later than . BESSON / LONDON / 3828”; on bell section at joint “3828”. [ Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments (6240) ] G bass trombone Stamped on bell “50 MEDALS OF HONOUR” within banner / monogram FB / “ F.

According to the firm's archives [Besson stock books], the instrument was “ Trombone Si♭ à Coul Cl 3”; sold to “ J. [ Auction on e Bay ends 2008/Dec/05 :5 GMT ] Tenor trombone. According to the firm's archives [Besson stock books], the instrument was “ Tromb si♭ Cl 1”; sold to “ Fischer”; it was numbered no later than . Stamped on bell “28 MEDALS OF HONOUR” within banner / ... Stamped on bell “40 MEDALS OF HONOUR” within banner / monogram / “ F. According to the firm's archives [Besson stock books], the instrument was “ Trombone en Sol Cl.1”; sold to “ H. [ Private collection, Britain ] The lowest-numbered surviving slide instrument stamped “``Prototype''” The lowest-numbered surviving slide instrument stamped “50 MEDALS OF HONOUR” Tenor trombone, cranked bell pipe adjacent to shoulder. According to the firm's archives [Besson stock books], the instrument was “ Trombone en Sol Cl 1.”; sold to “ Wholley Billington BB”; it was numbered no later than . BESSON / ``Prototype'' / 198 EUSTON ROAD / LONDON” / star.

Trombone According to the British Bandsman , sold to Mossley Band.

Trombone According to the British Bandsman , sold to Rushworth Band. MEDALS OF HONOUR” within banner / monogram / “ F.

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