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Looking to rent a single or double horn (posted 11/28/17) Aubrey Olson wants to join a community band and needs to find a horn! Contact her at aubreylegit@icloud.com if you have one for rent.. 
Wanted: Double Horn for 10th Grade Student [still looking 7/25/17] Michelle Frost is looking for a good used horn, a step up from a student-level model, for her 10th-grade daughter who studies with Brian Jensen. Considering Conn, Yamaha, Holton, and others. Detachable bell a plus. Contact Michelle at michelle.frost@gmail.com 
Yamaha Double Horn for Sale [still available 7/22/17] Excellent condition Yamaha YHR66811 with case. One owner, purchased new in 2009, for $3,700, asking $2,100. Bell can be converted to detachable. Contact Chris Knutson at christinegregory@mac.com, or 651.260.5033 if interested.  
King Double Horn for Sale [still available 7/22/17] Serial #832750 very good condition double King horn with case. One owner, purchased new in 2006, for $2,000, asking $600. Contact Chris Knutson at christinegregory@mac.com, or 651.260.5033 if interested. 
Paxman Full Double Descant Horn (previously owned by TCHC founder, Bill Lind) for sale [still available 4/22/17] A Bb/A>+/f-alto full double descant horn with the 6 valve dual-bore design that Dick Merewether replaced with his superb 5 valve Model 40 in the early 1970s. Because of its twin valve-change it's nicknamed a "double-clanger"!! The screw bell-threads do look as if they have been added as a cut-bell conversion. Estimated value pending. Contact us at TCHC and we'll put you in touch with Bill's daughter, who is selling it. - twincitieshornclub@gmail.com 
Silver Schmidt (previously owned by TCHC founder Bill Lind) for sale [still available 4/22/17] 5-valve single B-flat horn by CF Schmidt of Weimar. One thumb trigger operates a stopping valve; the other operates an F extension. Schmidt made some of the finest professional horns of the era (early 1900s.) They are still very highly regarded. This one is in exceptional condition. Dave Borsheim reports that Wally Linder gave it to Bill. Estimate between $8K and $18K for the horn. Contact us at TCHC and we'll put you in touch with Bill's daughter, who is selling it. - twincitieshornclub@gmail.com 
Twin Cities Horn Club T-shirts $15.00 - details and sizes are on the order form - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TCHC_shirt_2017 
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