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[SOLD] Schilke ("Bach") Double Case

Placed: Sep. 9 '20: 4:40 pm   Views: 199 
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SOLD, thanks

Thanks to the TH user who pointed out that this looks like a Schilke case with a Bach emblem, which definitely seems to match what I can find searching around.

This case came with an early Elkhart 229 C that I bought recently, but it doesn't look like any early Elkhart Strad cases I've seen. It seems like it's an older Schilke double case with a Bach emblem attached (and the Schilke emblems removed).

Please note that I'm not 100% sure that it's a Schilke case. It's definitely not a Bach case, and the layout is like this one: https://media.wwbw.com/is/image/MMGS7/Double-Trumpet-Case/475623000000000-00-500x500.jpg, but the lining is different. There as also clearly a medallion removed from the inside, right where the Schilke medallion should be.

It is a functional double trumpet case, though, (or single case + room for mutes) with four mouthpiece slots. It's in decent shape with normal scuffs. No funky used case smell that I can detect. Latch springs work well, but I don't have the key, so the latches don't lock.

Asking $50 including shipping to the US. Please follow the link for photos -- happy to take additional photos if you'd like. Thanks!
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Category: Accessories
Item price: $50.00
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