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 Post subject: FOR SALE: Original 14" Black w/ Brass Bell Cylinder Horn $65
PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 4:37 pm 
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Victor II
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I am offering a nice original 14" black body with brass bell horn. This one has a well shaped bell, not perfect but nice, and good original condition and paint on the body. It needs a good cleaning and polishing but almost ready to put on a machine. It does have a small pin hole in the bell as can be seen at about the 10:00 o'clock position. No idea why but it is there. Make up your own story. This horn has all of the proper seams and correctness but does not have a "patent" stamp that I can see. I am sure it is original though. PM me for any questions or commit to buy. Shipping will be actual cost in secure, safe packaging. I will accept PayPal, check, money order or cash for payment. Thanks for looking and take a look at the several other items I have for sale here. Thanks for looking. Joe


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 Post subject: Re: FOR SALE: Original 14" Black w/ Brass Bell Cylinder Horn
PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 3:39 pm 
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price reduced to $65
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 Post subject: Re: FOR SALE: Original 14" Black w/ Brass Bell Cylinder Horn
PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 5:50 pm 
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These small pin holes are very common for these horns. A lot of times they were done like that for a small crane. I have a couple of horns like that with old, original chain.
Harvey Kravitz


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