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note: This listing is intended to include only out of production models.

Adler, J
1924 - 1957 Markneukirchen
Adler, J
Alexander, Gebr.
In use in: approx. 1950
All Rigore
All Rigore was probably a Trade Name from some Musicall Instrument Dealer.
Aloy
Prof. D. Aloy
Amati
Amati used this simple logo for decades.
Andrieu Freres
Ansingh D.
In the engraving 1875 - 1935 apparently a anniversary engraving.
Ansingh D.
In use in: 1950 Until: 1980
This logo was in use for the Ansingh Solist line. After 1950 Ansingh only sold Solist instruments under the name Ansingh In the name shield under Solist it reads wettig gedeponeneerd trans.: Registrated Trademark
Arjurma
Arjurma is short for August Reichel Junior Markneukirchen
Association Generale
In use in: 1894
rue st. Maur 81 was their adress from 1894 - 1900
Bajus Z
Bandmaster
Barth R.
In use in: 1878
Robert Barth in Stuttgart (Ger.)
Bauer
Böhm E.
Beauboeuf Freres
1849 - 1857 Paris
Beckner Aine
Beckner Aine where Dealers in Paris
Besson
Besson
on a Helicon
Besson
(on a euphonium)
Besson F.
In use in: 1948
Besson F.
French Besson
Beuscher Paul
Paul Beuscher was a big Dealer in Paris
Birker
In use in: 1956
Engraving: A songbird SOLO Muziekinstrumenten BIRKER Tilburg
Blessing
1970 s
Blohberger
Bohland, Gustav
Bohland-Fuchs
Bohland-Fuchs
This logo is in Bulgarian. The text reads: Bohland and Fuchs, Graslitz, Chehia Royal privilege enterprise for musical instruments, General representative for Bulgaria K. Jermarge, Sofia
Bohland-Fuchs
Bohland-Fuchs
Enterprise Bohland&Fuchs Chehia Michail G. Gerganov Musical store Town of Lovetch
Bohland-Fuchs
BBb Tuba
Boosey
Eb Cornet
Boosey & Hawkes
Boosey & Hawkes engraving for their Regent Line. In the catalog we have a Regent Altohorn from 1934 but also a Regent Cornet from 1966 so a instrument line with a long life.
Booss
Bopp Bernhard
Boston
Bottali
Nicknamed: Bottali.
Tenor horn
Braun
Brazda
Stanislav Brazda
Brizzi
Bruno
Burger
Butler
Buyst J
Callet
Carcasonne
Castelan
Ceruti
Cerveny
Cerveny
Champion
(Lyon-Healy Champion Silver Piston)
Chapuis
Chapuis was the successor of Millereau
Cid
Claudette et Fils
Coeckelenbergh
Comijn
Corton
Corton is a Amati trade name
Couesnon
This is a 1895 example of the Couesnon logo
Couesnon
Lafayette is a Couesnon trade name
Courtois
Courtois
Courtois
Courtois
Baritone Saxhorn
Cousin
Cousin successor of Muller
Cousin
Engraving: M.on Muller=Maison Muller trans. The House Muller Cousin Sr. Brevete Lyon
Dagnelies
Daniel L M
David
Until: 1918
On a Helicon Ernst David started 1885 in 1918 his son and daughter took over
David
Until: 1918
On a Kuhlohorn
Dölling
Dölling Carl
De Prins
In use in: app 1915
On a Vienna Valve trombone
De Vrint
on a Helicon
Decart
Until: 1924
On a Fluglehorn in Dutch established 1850 stopped 1924
Decart Freres F&L
Until: 1924
On a Baritone
deClercq
DePrins
DePrins
DeVries
On a Fluglehorn
DeVries
Devrint
Located at rue Pacheco 1873 - 1880 Located at rue des Fabrique 1880 - 1923
Distin
In use in: around 1900
Distin
(Tuba 1889)
Doina
On a Helicon
Dolnet
Dost
Dotzauer
On a Cornet after 1945
Dotzauer
Before 1945
Dressels Karl
Meister Karl Dressel member of Migma
Druzstvo
Dunger Paul
Meister Paul Dunger member of Migma
Ecochard
Effner
Richard Effner
Elaton
Langhammer Family
Enders Max
Engel Robert
Erste Wiener
Erste Wiener Produktiv Genossenschaft
Erste Wiener
Erste Wiener Productivegenossenschaft der Instrumentenmacher 1900 to 1940 succ. to L. Uhlmann In this logo it reads Productivegenossenschaft der Instrumentenmacher Wien
Eschenbach
Tuba
Evette et Schaeffer
Evette & Scaeffer Buffet Crampon
Faber
Josef Faber Graslitz
Feiler
Albin Feiler
Feuillard
Fim
Italien
Fischer
Frambach
Fulik H.
Worked in Jenisovice
Fulik H.
Gaillard & Loiselet
Gautie
P. Gautie et Fils Toulouse
Gautrot
Gautrot
Gebhard F A
Gerday
Gessner, JB
In use in: 1871 Until: 1937
GlassL J
Glier A C
Gloess
Goll K
On a Tenorhorn
Gras J
Gras J
Halari
Hall & Quinby
Hall Gisborne
Halter Wilh
Haupl A
Hawkes
Höfer
On a Trumpet Handmade
Hüller
Hüller
on a Helicon
Hüttl
Hüttl
Heber Richard
Heckel
Heidegger E
Hel
Herdim
Hermuth
Hernsdorf
Higham
Higham
Nicknamed: Higham. In use in: 1870 (Serial#: 15762-)
Hirsbrunner
Hirsbrunner
Hirsbrunner in Arau
Hirsbrunner
Hirsbrunner Sumiswald
Hirsbrunner F
on a Helicon
Hofmann
Hohner
Holton
Holton
(1916 trumpet)
Holton
(1916 Trombone)
Hornung
Ferd Hornung
Horst
Fritz Horst
Hug
Hutchins
J. Howard Foote
In use in: 1863 Until: 1896
Janda
Ant Janda Hodonin
Jehle
Jehring
Keefer
(1922 Alto horn)
Keller W
Kessels
Kessels
Kessels
Only 2 medals makes this the oldest instrument line
Kessels
In use in: 1933 Until: 1956
The figure on a Dolphin is the Sirena logo the solo instrument line
King
(baritone 1941)
Klein
Kley
Klier
Knoth K
Kurt Knoth tradename Rino
Konefa
Konefa is a Kessels trade name
Konefa
In use in: 1924
Kruspe
LaFleur
LaFleur is a Boosey&Hawkes trade name
LaFleur
LaFleur
LaFleur
on a 1959 Trombone
Lambrecht L
r. Camusel 29 1914-1929 r. Camusel 44 1929-1950
Lange
E. Lange Ravensburg
Langen
J. Langen Osnabruck
Langen
Lebrun
Lecomte
Lehmpfuhl
Karl Lehmpfuhl Freiburg
Leningrad
on a Helicon
Leonhardt
Lidl
Lidl
Lidl
Lidl
on a Helicon
Lignatone
Lignatone
Linnenbrugger
Livain
Lorenz
Loudwes
Loudwes Elkhart Ind.
Lyon-Healy
Nicknamed: Chicago Cornet.
Maheu
Mahillon
Mahillon
Mahillon
Marco Suisse
Margueritat
Markis
Martin R
Martinon
Masspacher P
Meinel & Herold
Melchior
Melich
Melich J
Melody Maker
Meyer MF
Michl
Michl F
Michl Joh & Sohn
Miller M von
Millereau
Miraphone
Mitsching
Moeremans L
Moisse Chastre
Mollenhauer & Sohne
Molter H
Monke J
Monke J
Monke W
Monnig P
Montclair
Moppert
Moritz Schuster
Muller A
Muller Gebr
Muller J
Nadirali
Firm was founded in 1885
Nothnagel
Oertel Louis
Ohio
(Ohio Regent cornet 9891)
Olds
(1932 trombone)
Olds
Nicknamed: Olds.
Olds
Nicknamed: Olds.
Special Trombone
Olds
Nicknamed: Olds.
It’s A Bear Trombone
Orsi R
Otto W.A.
Panny F.
Parizek J.
Pasold J.C.
Pedler
Peeters A
A. Peeters & Zoon started in 1956
Peiler A
Meister A. Peiler Migma
Pelisson Freres
In 1875 they succeeded Couturier
Pelisson Gaillard&lo
Started 1935
Pelitti
Pepper
Pepper - Distin alto horn - New York & Philadelphia
Persival Kop
1950 s 60 s known mainly for Bugles
Persy
Started 1897 ended 1950
Petzold G
Meister Gerhardt Petzold Migma
Pfeiffer J
Pfeiffer R
This is a Dutch Pfeiffer
Pfretschner
Pihan H
Pini A.
Polfliet P.
Pollmann
(tenor horn)
Poschard
Potter G
Prokop L.
Puntenny&Eustler
Ramisch W.
Rampone A Cazzani B
Rampone&Cazzani
Rauscher Jos
Reisser
Reiter
Reynolds
Rinkel
1904 - 1925
Roblin
1878-1899
Roth
1842-1894
Roth F.
Roubichou
1900-1923
Rudolf
1909-1945
Rudolph
His name is sometimes spelled Rudolf and sometimes Rudolph
Rudzki Glier
Sachsische Mus Instr
Salvation Army
Sawatski E
Schediwy
on a Tuba
Schenkelaars
This Schenkelaars logo was in use for the longest time
Schenkelaars
This is the oldest Schenkelaars logo I found
Schenkelaars
This is the youngest Schenkelaars logo in use till they guitte in 1988
Schlott F
Schmelz Max
Schonweis
Schopf A
Schopper R
In the logo it reads früher bei Penzel translated former employee of Penzell
Schuster
Also Known as Sachsische Musikinstrumenten Manufactur
Senecaut P
Sicre
Slingerland
on a Bugle
Sonore
House brand of v.d. Glas a musical Instrument Dealer
Spengler F
Spengler F
Spete J
St Petersburg
Stahlrad
Steemans
Stowasser
Stowassers Sons
Stowasser A
Thibouville
In use in: 1888
Trade name Virtuose registered in 1888
Tourville
Treumann
Uhlmann L
Van Linthout
Van Marcke
Voigt H
Wahlen Th
Wahlich N
Wolf Josef
Wolf M
Also uses Wolff
Wurlitzer
(Professional cornet)
Wurlitzer
(Eb Cornet)
York
Early Fischer York era
York
Nicknamed: Sons.
York & Sons began in 1899 and was used regularly until 1928, however unused bells so engraved turn up on instruments until at least 1930.

This is the narrower version often used on instruments with thin bells.
York
Nicknamed: ɵ. (Serial#: c.6700-c.12600)
This logo was used on most York instruments from 1922 until the company was sold to Carl Fischer Musical Instruments in December, 1941.
York
Nicknamed: & Son. In use in: 1897 Until: 1898 (Serial#: 1-c.800)
The earliest York & Son horns were built without serial numbers. Since York & Son was incorporated in 1887, no horn could be earlier than that. It seems that they started serializing horns about 1897, and in 1898 the company was renamed York & Sons.
York
Nicknamed: & Son. In use in: 1897 Until: 1898 (Serial#: 1-c.800)
The earliest York & Son horns were built without serial numbers. Since York & Son was incorporated in 1887, no horn could be earlier than that. It seems that they started serializing horns about 1897, and in 1898 the company was renamed York & Sons. You can see how the logo was evolving comparing this to the earlier version.
York
Nicknamed: Sons. In use in: 1899 Until: 1928 (Serial#: 700-100963)
York & Sons began in 1899 and was used regularly until 1928, however unused bells so engraved turn up on instruments until at least 1930.

This is the wider version often used on instruments with larger bells.
York
Nicknamed: YBIC. In use in: 1926 Until: 1940 (Serial#: c.9300-c.12300)
The York Band Instrument Co. logo was used along with several others from 1926, when the actual company name was changed until 1941, when the company was sold to Carl Fischer Musical Instruments.
Zeobisch
Zimmermann J H

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