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We specialize in restoring 'Olds & Son' trumpets for good reason. I've played a trumpet off and on for over 50 years. I've seen the Olds Trumpet used by students and professionals alike.
In my opinion, F.E. Olds & Son manufactured one of the finest sounding trumpets of all time. They were durable and made to withstand abuse. Never were they the least expensive trumpet on the market, but then you usually get what you pay for!
History of F.E. Olds & Son
During the first quarter of the 1900's Frank Ernest Olds began making small bore trombones. In 1931, the company was rename to F.E. Olds & Son, when his son Reginald Olds joined him in the business.
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- Olds and Son Co. Used to be based in Fullerton, CA. They made marvelous brass instruments at the time. They used different importers and Elkhart companies for their woodwinds (stencils) so it would be hard to trace what you have. The company went out of business in the 70's.
- OLDS& SON TROMBONE Offered for sale is an F.E Olds& Son. Los Angeles, California vintage Studio model Trombone with a serial number of 39103 which puts in the late 1940's. The trombone with nice age patina has not been cleaned and is in as found condition with two dents.
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Olds was a manufacturer of musical instruments founded by Frank Ellsworth (F.E.) Olds in Los Angeles, California in the early 1900s. The company made brass instruments, especially trombones, cornets, and trumpets.