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By Guest HallelujahAl! It has a lovely warm sound which I can only attribute to the shape of the reeds? It's numbered - which I estimate to be around the mid s - would you concur? Does anyone have any more specific dating for Jones Anglos? By the way it also has, albeit very faint, on the right hand end The Salvation Army Crest imprinted onto the wood - a lovely touch, and according to Dan Worrall's thesis would coincide with the high point of Salvation Army Concertina Bands which meant that I just had to have it! Does anyone else have the crest on the end of their 'tinas? The nimber is and has been dayed by Paul Reed as so you are probably close. If you keep it in its original tuning you can use Herbert Booth's chord book of http: Since you are Salvation Army yourself, I would think that might be fun, and it should be easy within the Army to find a cornet or two to play music with. If you put it in GD you can play with guitars and such

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