VINTAGE FURST - PLESS GERMAN HUNTING HORN WITH MOUTHPIECE & GREEN LEATHER STRAP
GERMAN FOX HORN; FURST-PLESS; HUNTING HORN WITH MOUTHPIECE (GOOD CONDITION), AND A GREEN LEATHER SHOULDER STRAP
|Item Appearance||Minor cosmetic flaws, some insignificant scuffs, scratches, and possibly marked.|
- HISTORY ON THE HUNTING HORN:
The bugle evolved from German hunting horns or buglehorns. The term “bugle” originated from the French word “bugler,” or “bugleret,” that was derived from the Latin “buculus,” meaning young bull. Since the earliest bugles were made of animal horns, the name “bugle” is intended to represent the appearance and origin of the instrument. Just as an animal’s horn is tapered at one end and flares at the other, so does the shape of the bugle. The usual understanding is that the bugle was used in the mid to late 18th century as a hunting horn. The shape of the instrument was a double coiled horn which, except for minor variations, was the same as the french horn.
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Has attached mouth piece. The shoulder strap shows some wear but the leather wrap around the horn itself is in very good condition. The horn has some wear and tear. There are some stains, but there are no visible dings/dents in this horn. For more on the condition of this horn refer to photos. Contact store for shipping options.
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