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1979 Conn 8D, SN GJ94001 for sale [posted 1/29/19; still available 8/20/19] Conn 8D CONNstellation Double French Horn. 1979. SN GJ94001. Has leather hand grip, and extensions added to keys because my hands are small. Very good condition. I bought this in college and played in community orchestra and theater for the next 20 years. Includes mute, shammy. $3,000. Additional Giardinelli mouthpiece negotiable. Contact Lois Grassl at 952.255.8697. 
Reynolds Contempora FE 03 double horn for sale - $995 (formerly $1,475), case included. [updated 1/27/21] Jenna McBride-Harris is selling a gently used full double horn (a Reynolds Contempora c. mid 1970's) that was carefully cleaned and refurbished recently by Jason Bystrom at Red Wing Music. This Reynolds horn has a lovely sound, slots beautifully (especially on the F horn slide) and would be an instrument that she would heartily recommend to a young serious student. If you are seriously considering the horn, Jenna can offer a trial period. Contact for more info, photos, etc. 
Lawson 804 Ambronze Classical Lite for sale [posted 1/27/21] Jenna McBride is selling her wonderful Lawson double. Asking $7,950. Details and photos on the IHS website: 
Seeking advice & trial on a King "Eroica" horn [posted 10/6/20] Betsy Olson is an adult horn player without a horn who might be interested in purchasing a King “Eroica” model. However, she’s never tried one and is wondering if any of us has one that she might try for a few minutes (meet up with her somewhere in the ‘Cities and she’ll bring her own mouthpiece). Contact Betsy at 
Wanted: used double horn to rent or buy [posted 8/21/20] Ruth Ann Hofmeister is looking for a double horn to rent or buy. Contact her at 
Paxman 20A "New World" - asking $4000 OBO [posted 6/20/20] Andrew Karre is selling his Paxman 20A, serial number 58814 (made in 1988). It's unlaquered brass with a factory screw bell. It needs a cleaning and it has a couple dents that need to be removed but nothing major. It has dimes soldered to the valve levers and a hand rest. The case is not in great shape, but it's usable. Includes the Trumcor mute as well as a Paxman-Halstead-Chidell mouthpiece. He's owned it since 1996, but it hasn't been played regularly since 2002. He's located in St. Paul for contactless tryout. He can send you a bunch of photos! $4000 or best offer. Contact him at 
Wanted: starter horn for a 5th grader [posted 6/8/20] Barb Siefken is looking for a starter horn for her 5th grader, who would like to start lessons this summer. Contact Barb at 
Wanted: horn for beginning student [posted 10/30/18] Alicia Acken is looking for an appropriate horn for her 6th-grade-beginning horn player. Hopefully under $700. Contact her at 
Double horn sought by Seattle student stuck in Minnesota [posted 4/19/20] A Seattle friend of SPCO hornist Matt Wilson has a student who left her horn at school in Seattle and needs to borrow one to practice while she's sheltered in MN. She normally plays an 8D, but would be open to anything! Contact Matt Wilson if you can help. 
1950’s Kruspe (Horner model) in top shape with excellent compression for sale [still available 8/20/19] Paul Smith writes, “I am selling my lovely 1950’s Kruspe (Horner model) and would like to give our Twin Cities Horn Club members the first opportunity to buy it before I list it on the IHS site. I bought it from the original owner who purchased it in New York. This horn is in top shape with excellent compression. I’ve enjoyed how it produces a glorious rich sound especially in the lower register but is also able to sing brightly. I will be listing it for $5,500 on the IHS website but am hoping this fine horn will go a local hornist. A newer horn case is included.” Contact Paul at or 651.442.8590 
Yamaha 667 “Lukas” conversion double horn - made by Dan Vidican (Memphis) [posted 6/13/19; still available 8/20/19] Emily Green is selling her Yamaha 667 “Lukas” conversion - made by Dan Vidican (Memphis) -Purchased in November 2015 (horn), case purchased in 2013 -Price: $7,000, including a Pope MB5 black case -Serial: 006085 -Horn has dimes (can be removed if requested), Alexander flipper (adjustable), and Alexander pinky ring (adjustable) -Unlacquered, detachable bell -Some superficial scarring on the throat of the horn where dents have been removed -Horn was just cleaned/maintenanced -Case is in good shape with some general wear and tear. Contact Emily at for photos and other info! 
Twin Cities Horn Club T-shirts $15.00 - details and sizes are on the order form - 
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