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A great vintage horn from 1959-1960. Here is what Conn said about the model at the time:
What Conn said in 1959: Another Conn first... a trumpet with exclusive seamless Coprion bell and tone chamber that adds new depth to fine trumpet sound. In the small orchestra or the largest band, this trumpet will blend and add quality to ensemble. Only Conn can offer the Artist Coprion trumpet with these features: seamless Coprion bell and tone chamber, Cali-Bore, pin-guide Crysteel valves. Highly polished Coprion with brass trim protected by Lustre-Conn long wearing finish. Length 21¾", bell diameter 5 1/8".
What Conn said in 1963: Two [other is 6A] great horns patterned after the 38B. Bother are 21 3/8" long with 5 1/8" bells. 10B has a big, easy-to-blow low register ... extremely flexible and easy high register. Does not overload at full volume. Coprion with brass and nickel trim. Complete with Connstellation case.
This example is in original condition with a recent sonic cleaning and valve alignment. Original case is included along with a non-original Conn 4 mouthpiece.
There are some minor finish flaws which we have tried to show in the photos. Please feel free to ask questions!