Rotary valves were common in central Europe in the mid 19th century while piston valves were the preferred configuration in British brass bands. The Boston Musical Instrument Manufactury/Company was a low volume producer by modern standards.Among the American firms competing with Boston were the H. White Company, The Standard Band Instrument Company, C. The company produced only 4000 to 4500 total instruments in each decade of the 1880s, 1890s, 1900s and 19-teens.This was the only style of mandolin built until Gibson started to build the flatback mandolins.Many of these old bowlbacks are beautiful, with lots of pearl inlay.The 1869 catalog shows a full line of such instruments including the traditional cornets in E-flat and B-flat, E-flat Alto horn and horn, B-flat tenor, B-flat baritone, B-flat valve trombone and slide trombone, and tubas in B-flat and E-flat. The company also offered the full range of instruments in upright bell and over the shoulder configurations. The Boston 3-star cornets were popular horns of the day and are still respected by collectors and antique cornet enthusiasts.Initially, most valved instruments were offered in rotary valve configurations with piston valve cornet and alto horn being the only exceptions. Couturier Co., Ltd., the Frank Holton Company and the J. These horns carried the inscription “Ne Plus Ultra” on the bell. tools, patterns and craftsman was assured in the same. This change coincided with a relocation to 51 Chardon Street in Boston.
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