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FOR THOSE OF YOU WORRIED ABOUT VIRUS…MY WIFE , ME , AND OUR DOG HAVE NOT VENTURED OUT ON INTO THE PUBLIC SINCE MARCH ! WE EVEN HAVE OUR GROCERIES PREPARED FOR PICK UP AND THEY DELIVER THEM TO OUR CAR. WHEN WE GET HOME WE WIPE EVERYTHING DOWN !!! I DECIDED TO SHIP FEDEX PICK-UP SO I DON’T EVEN GO OUT TO MAIL ITEMS. STAY SAFE OUT THERE !!

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LOVELY 1935 PAN SILVER 40b VOCABELL CONNQUEROR. THESE WERE ONLY MADE FOR A FEW YEARS 1932-41 SO THEY ARE RARER THAN THE 48B’S WHICH WERE MADE LATE FROM 1938-51.

1 TECH SERVICED

COMPRESSION REALLY GREAT.
NO SIDE PLAY WHEN VALVES HELD DOWN HALF WAY AND WIGGLED
ALL SLIDES POP LIKE HELL
AIR TEST:
I TOOK EACH SLIDE OFF AND DEPRESSED THE VALVE FINGER BUTTON DOWN. BLEW HARD AND COVERED THE THE SLIDE HOLE ON THE TRUMPET THAT CORRESPONDED TO THE SLIDE THAT WAS PULLED.
NO AIR ESCAPING

3 BELL STRAIGHT HAS GOLD WASH IN IT I SEE IT HAS FADED SOME

4 I SEE NO FORMER REPAIRS OR DENTS

5 ORIGINAL SILVER FINISH SHOWS SOME PLACES OF WEAR ON TOUCH AREAS AND 2ND SLIDE. ALSO SOME WEAR ON FRONT OF VALVE CASINGS WHERE SERIAL NUMBER IS. ( SEE PIC )
SO FINISH NOT PERFECT BUT GREAT

NEWS PAN ENGRAVING TO THE TOP NO WEAR !!! REALLY SWEET AND DETAILED. SEE ENGRAVING PICS.

6 VALVES SMOOTH

7 ORIGINAL CONN CASE HAS SOME WEAR… WOOD SHOWING THRU BUT NO REAL SPLITS OR CRACKS. SNAPS ALL WORK AND ARE SECURE BUT DON’T SPRING UP. NO SMELL ON CASE OR TRUMPET !

8 COMES WITH NO NAME MOUTHPIECE AND SILVER LYRE

9 3RD SLIDE SMOOTH ( RING IS A LITTLE OUT OF ROUND ) BUT I DID NOT WANT TO FOOL WITH THAT.

WHAT CONN SAID ABOUT THESE 40B’S

>Notice the vocabell (rimless), the octagonal valve casings and the position of the third slide finger ring. In case you are wondering: the valves themselves aren’t octagonal. Also note that the position of the third valve slide and the tuning slide on the third valve casing are reversed from the usual/modern way.

Apparently the instruction manual said of the valves: “Use distilled water on the valves. Only inferior horns need oil lubricant”. The 40B has a #1½ (0.459″) bore, and was produced from 1932 to 1941.

In the following video clip band leader Erskine Hawkins takes two turns soloing on a Conn 40B Connqueror in song called “Swinging in Harlem”. <

I tried to the best of my ability to describe item !!!!