Dating rexcraft bugles

I would also like to buy a tenor and a bari as well.

I currently own 2 Alto saxes and 1 clarinet; 1 alto is a Jupiter silver Artist Series; The other alto is a Keilwerth SX90R gold lacquered.

The clarinet is a wooden Selmer Centered tone cira 1952. I would like to buy some vintage horns that are good for playing on, not just for show.

The bugle is used mainly in the military and Boy Scouts, where the bugle call is used to indicate the daily routines of camp.

Historically the bugle was used in the cavalry to relay instructions from officers to soldiers during battle.

Al Grey was sent to Grosse Isle Naval Air Station in Grosse Point, Michigan.

The bugle is one of the simplest brass instruments, having no valves or other pitch-altering devices.And of course always looking for some more vintage only... Rosalie Soladar was his companion and personal manager.It first spread to England in 1764 where it was gradually accepted widely in foot regiments.18th-century cavalry did not normally use a standard bugle, but rather an early trumpet that might be mistaken for a bugle today, as it lacked keys or valves, but had a more gradual taper and a smaller bell, producing a sound more easily audible at close range but with less carrying power over distance.At the moment I have the following: 1 Buescher sop sax vintage 1925, silver 3 clarinets, 2 Bohem system and one Albert sys...which is a vintage Buffet, Pedler, that my Mom bought for me at the age of 10, and one other old plastic one.. one "The Martin" and my fav Buescher 400 vintage 1965 1 Selmer B/A tenor,, my pride and joy, bought new in 1946, still all original..

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