This is a nickel-finished trumpet with no name on it, so we’re not entirely sure who made it. It’s an older horn, with some interesting design choices. First, it does not have kick-slides (though the tuning slides are all in working order). The front loop is soldiered in to place, however, so you can use it as well as fit a lyre to the instrument, instead of one or the other as on most horns.
All three valves are straight and true, and there are no major dents or bends in the plumbing. It includes it’s original strange, unmarked mouthpiece as well as a more standard 4C mouthpiece. Also included is a Velcro valve-wrap. There is a case, but it’s missing it’s handle.