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18.09.2018, 19:55




Armstrong

Here is a bit of history about these horns from a seller, who quotes Ed Svoboda—a very reliable source:

"From 1965 to 1986, Herbert Couf, the president of the WT Armstrong company, had three Keilwerth models stenciled for him under the model name "H-Couf": the "Superba I", "Superba II" and "Royalist". These instruments were built in Germany and mainly corresponded to the Toneking Special (Superba I), Toneking (Superba II) and New King (Royalist) -- all from the Toneking/New King Series IV line.....Armstrong also imported two other entire lines, the Heritage and the 3070 (thanks to Hurling Frootmig at SOTW Forum for finding this model number). (Hits: 595)
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