I saw a strange horn in an antique shop yesterday. It was around 24" long maybe, with a conical section mated to a paneled section. There were two suspension points, one a hollow rivet-reinforced hole a the opening end of one of the panels and the other point, two like-riveted holes close together on a panel but positioned nearer the center of the horn. The really strange part to me was the end you would attach to the reproducer. It was not a simple cylinder to which you would apply a rubber hose or tizit. It was heavier, with a brass end that looked like it might lock into something else. Wish I'd had the presence of mind to take a picture. Does this ring a bell with anyone?
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