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 Post subject: TRADE : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:05 pm 
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This is a H&S horn and elbow I am looking to sell
Or trade. It has the original paint and has no creased pedals!
It appears to be green with a blue center.

I would like to trade for a 18" - 30 inch cylinder machine horn with a narrow
throat to use with a table crane.


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:29 am 
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Hi,

Can you tell me the measurements of the elbow?

Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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rizbone wrote:
Hi,

Can you tell me the measurements of the elbow?

Thanks.


One end is 1 ³/8
Other end is 1 ¾
Approx!!!!!


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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Moving on up!


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:33 pm 
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Hi I have a Hawthorne & Sheble Star model 50 but my horn screws into the elbow. So I know it's not for that one. Good luck


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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phonocookie wrote:
Hi I have a Hawthorne & Sheble Star model 50 but my horn screws into the elbow. So I know it's not for that one. Good luck


If your horn screws in then it's a later phonograph when Columbia parts were being used.
The horn I'm selling is prior to Columbia involvement


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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winduphere wrote:
If your horn screws in then it's a later phonograph when Columbia parts were being used.
The horn I'm selling is prior to Columbia involvement


With respect, from their introduction in 1907 the larger Star models (like the 50) used horns that screwed into the elbows - but the threads are different from the Columbia horns.

The horn you are offering is from a smaller Star or a H&S Yankee Prince.

Star machines never used Columbia parts, but after H&S ceased operations in mid-1909, Columbia obtained a lot of inventory and used H&S parts on some of its machines - especially "client" machines.

George P.


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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phonogfp wrote:
winduphere wrote:
If your horn screws in then it's a later phonograph when Columbia parts were being used.
The horn I'm selling is prior to Columbia involvement


With respect, from their introduction in 1907 the larger Star models (like the 50) used horns that screwed into the elbows - but the threads are different from the Columbia horns.

The horn you are offering is from a smaller Star or a H&S Yankee Prince.

Star machines never used Columbia parts, but after H&S ceased operations in mid-1909, Columbia obtained a lot of inventory and used H&S parts on some of its machines - especially "client" machines.

George P.


I really like this forum!!! People are so kind to pass along history and knowledge so freely!!
Thank You!


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 Post subject: Re: For Sale or Trade : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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winduphere wrote:

I really like this forum!!! People are so kind to pass along history and knowledge so freely!!
Thank You!


You're very welcome!

George P.


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 Post subject: Re: TRADE : Large Hawthorne & Sheble Horn &Elbow
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Ttt


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