What Do the Conn Trumpets Look Like?

This page contains a list of trumpets for which I have good (acceptable) quality pictures, so you can see what they look like. If you have a good quality picture of an instrument not on this list, please contact me.

Many of these pictures are courtesy of Paul Ayick. Please visit his website.

The Instruments
Perfected New York Wonder Trumpet Date: 1901, owned by William Rivers
Perfected Wonder (1910 Model) Trumpet Date: 1909, owned by Chris Tyle
Unknown model, Large bore Bb & C Date: 1914, owned by David Watt
2B New World Symphony Date: 1928, owned by Steve Hanson
2B New World Symphony Date: 1950, owned by Jim Colarusso, picture by Paul Ayick
3B New Wonder Date: 1926-1932, owner unknown
3B Herald Date: 1957, owned by Fred Cirksena
4B Symphony Date: 1921, owned by Paul Ayick
4B Bass Trumpet Date: 1968, owned by Paul Fletcher
5B Symphony Date: 1922, owned by Steve Hanson
6B Triumphal or Herald Trumpet Date: 1921, owned by Tom Doremus
6B Victor (Early Model) Date: 1956, owned by Allan Kamfonik
6B Victor (Late Model) Date: 1959-1969, owner unknown
8B Symphony Grand (Gustat) Date: 1936, owner unknown, picture by Paul Ayick
8B Lightweight Artist Date: 1966, owner by Paul Ayick
9B Symphony Grand (Gustat) (HP+LP) Date: 1939, owned by John Leito
10B New Era Date: 1932, owned by Paul Ayick
10B Victor (Early Model) Date: 1956, owned by Paul Ayick
10B Victor (Late Model) Date: 1959, owner unknown
12B Coprion Date: 1938, owned by Christine Derksen
12B Coprion Special Date: 1937, owner unknown, Image courtesy Jeff Stockham
12B Coprion "1955" model Date: 1955, owned by Robert Benn
14B "2½ bore" C Trumpet Date: 1926, owned by Chris Greiner
14B Symphony "C" Trumpet ("Glantz" Model) Date: 1949, owned by Chris Porada
14B Director Date: 1956, owner unknown
15B Director Date: 1964, owned by Christine Derksen
16B Rosebrook Trumpet Date: 1923, owned by Paul Ayick
17B Director with Coprion Bell Date: 1960, owned by David Fulcher
18B C, Bb and A (LP) Date: 1926, owned by Steve Hanson
18B C, Bb & A "Glantz" Model Date: 1936, owned by Ralph Henssen
18B Director with Coprion Bell Date: 1955, original owner Laurence Jigolyk
19B C, Bb and A (HP) Date: 1925
20B Connquest Date: 1954, owner unknown
22B New York Symphony "Early Model" Date: 1924, owned by Paul Ayick
22B New York Symphony "Late Model" Date: 1948, owned by Christine Derksen
22B New York Symphony Special Date: 1941, owned by Steve Hanson
22B Victor "1953 Model" Date: 1953, owned by Linda Stanfield
22B Victor "Early Model" Date: 1955, owned by Fred Cirksena
22B Victor "Late Model" Date: 1961, owned by Richard Garza
24B Opera Grand (LP) Date: 1925, owned by Paul Ayick
25B Opera Grand (HP) Date: 1923, owned by Steve Hanson
25B Victor C trumpet Date: 1961, original owner Peter van Loo
26B Symphony (LP) Date: 1923, owned by Paul Ayick
27B Symphony (HP) Date: 1927, owned by Paul Ayick
28B Concert Grand (LP) Date: 1925, owned by Paul Ayick
28B Connstellation Date: 1950, owned by Steve Hanson. Photo courtesy Paul Ayick
29B Concert Grand (HP) Date: 1926, owned by David White
34B Victor Eb Alto Date: 1956, owner unknown
35B Victor D trumpet Date: 1967, owned by Kent Stratton
36B Lightweight Connstellation Date: 1959, owned by Jeff Stockham + 1966, owned by John Leito
38B Connstellation (Early Model) Date: 1957, owner unknown, picture by Paul Ayick
38B Connstellation (Late Model) Date: 1958, owner unknown, picture courtesy of Al Gottesman at lauderdale Wind Inc.
40B Eb Alto Date: 1923, owned by Gabriel DiMartino
40B Connqueror a.k.a. "Vocabell" Date: 1932, owned by Paolo Petrozziello. Picture by Paul Ayick
41B Connqueror (HP+LP) a.k.a. "Vocabell" Date: 1933, owned by Allan Hawley
48B Connqueror Wide Model a.k.a. "Vocabell" Date: 1941, owned by Paul Ayick
50B Eb Alto Date: 1937, owner anonymous
56B New Era Date: 1929, originally owned by John Hagstrom
58B New Era Date: 1929, owned by Paul Ayick
60B New Era Date: 1929, owned by John Ingram
60B Sixty-B Date: 1970, Owner unknown
77B Connquest Date: 1972, Owner unknown
112B Coprion with heavy brass bell Date: 1942, owned by a Florida middle school