Cornet in B-flat

Possibly European

Not on view

J. W. Pepper was one of the largest importers of musical instruments in the United States around the turn of the twentieth century. Most of its instruments were manufactured in Europe and sold through its headquarters in Philadelphia or one of its regional distribution centers such as Chicago.

Cornet in B-flat, Silver-plated brass, Possibly European

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