The Euphonium Collective


I have collected these out of pure fascination for the craftsmanship and design found in older instruments.

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British & European Baritones




A 3 valve Kratt baritone, made in Germany.




A 3 valve Kratt baritone, made in Germany.




An extremely rare 3 valve Enharmonic Besson baritone.




An extremely rare 3 valve Enharmonic Besson baritone.




A 3 valve Salvation Army Triumphonic baritone.




A 3 valve Salvation Army Triumphonic baritone.




A 3 valve Besson baritone.




A 3 valve Besson baritone.




A 3 valve Besson model 2-20 baritone.




A 3 valve Pourcelle French made baritone.




A 1950's 3 valve Besson detachable bell baritone.




A 1950's 3 valve Besson detachable bell baritone, reverse view.




An Italian V. Barcone baritone, in the shape of a Sousaphone, circa 1940.
The above picture is courtesy of David Neill at the
Brass Players Museum, Springfield MA.




A German Berliner valve baritone.




A German Berliner valve baritone, dating from the Civil War era.




The Berliner - Pumpen valves introduced in 1835.




A 19th. century unknown baritone.




A 19th. century unknown baritone.




An early 1900's Karl Schubert baritone, made in Germany ?




An early 1900's Karl Schubert baritone, made in Germany ? ( Reverse view )




An early 1900's Hileron baritone made in Paris.




A 1900's silver plated Perfactone baritone, believed to be French ?




A 1913 Boosey 3 valve baritone.


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