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(a) Natural trumpet in D by Johann Leonard Ehe (iii), Nuremberg, mid-18th century; (b) modern fanfare trumpet in E♭ by Karl Hammerschmidt & Sons, Watzkenroth; (c) English slide trumpet in F by Köhler & Son, London, c1850; (d) keyed trumpet in A♭ by Alois Doke, Linz, c1820; (e) Inventionstrompete in E♭ by I.G. Roth senior, Adorf, 1826; (f) valve trumpet in G, with Périnet valves, by Antoine Courtois, Paris, c1865; (g) valve trumpet in G, with Vienna valves, by Carl August Müller, Mainz, c1850; (a) America’s Shrine to Music Museum, Vermillion, South Dakota; (b), (d), (e) Historisches Museum, Basle; (c) E.H. Tarr Collection, Rheinfelden; (f), (g) Trompetenmuseum, Bad Säckingenlocked

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(a) Natural trumpet in D by Johann Leonard Ehe (iii), Nuremberg, mid-18th century; (b) modern fanfare trumpet in E♭ by Karl Hammerschmidt & Sons, Watzkenroth; (c) English slide trumpet in F by Köhler & Son, London, c1850; (d) keyed trumpet in A♭ by Alois Doke, Linz, c1820; (e) Inventionstrompete in E♭ by I.G. Roth senior, Adorf, 1826; (f) valve trumpet in G, with Périnet valves, by Antoine Courtois, Paris, c1865; (g) valve trumpet in G, with Vienna valves, by Carl August Müller, Mainz, c1850; (a) America’s Shrine to Music Museum, Vermillion, South Dakota; (b), (d), (e) Historisches Museum, Basle; (c) E.H. Tarr Collection, Rheinfelden; (f), (g) Trompetenmuseum, Bad Säckingen...

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