Kenneth G. Fiske Museum
B13 Bugle, of German origin, marked “Horstmann, Phila.,” ca. 1850. Said to have been played during the Civil War.
B461 Bugle (Fanfare trumpet) in Bb, Romeo Orsi, Milan, 1884. One piston valve changes pitch to F, ser. no. 155, “Bersaghlieri” bugle.
B470 Bass Bugle (Clairon basse) in Bb, Lecomte & Cie, Paris, 1912. Two piston valves.
B16 Bugle in Bb, Battista Cazzani, Milan, ca. 1915. One Perinet valve, also known as a “Bersaghlieri” bugle.
B164 Bugle in C, of American origin, ca. 1915.
B17 Bugle in C, of German origin, ca. 1915. Engraved on the bell is an eagle. The first instrument collected by Curtis Janssen.
B429 Bugle of East European origin, ca. 1915.
B324 Bugle in C, Henry Potter, London, 1917.
B19 Bugle in Bb, of German origin, dated 1917. Engraved: “Wurlitzer, Chicago Depot. Spec. 1152 8-28-17.”
B450 Bugle in Bb, U.S. origin, ca. 1918. Similar to U.S. Regulation Officers Bugle.
B434 Bugle, Romeo Orsi, Milan, ca. 1925.
B15 Bugle in Eb, Couesnon & Co., Paris, 1927.
B14 Bugle in C, of U.S. origin, early twentieth century.
B202 Bugle in C, of U.S. origin, early twentieth century.
B180 Bugle of US origin, 1930-1940. Constructed of beer cans for Mannie Klein.
B18 Bugle in G, Nippon Kangakki Co., Tokyo, ca. 1940. Stamped "Nikkan" on lead pipe.
B20 Bugle in Bb, of American origin, ca. 1942. Made entirely of plastic with a clear plastic mouthpiece.
B240 Bugle, handmade of Mexican origin, ca. 1960.
B462 Bugle, Pakistani origin, ca. 1960.
B472 Bugle in D, homemade of US origin, ca. 1960s.
B21 Bugle, Getzen Co., Elkhorn, Wisconsin, 1965-66.
B468 Corps Bugle in G, Smith Music Sales, German origin, ca. 1970. Mellophone bugle with one piston and one rotary valve.
B495 Soprano [Corps] Bugle in G, DEG, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ca. 1980. Two piston valves.
B8 Bugle in Eb, attributed to Thomas Percival, London, ca. 1830. Six keys.
B307 Bugle in Eb, of English origin, ca. 1835. Six keys, compact form.
B480 Bugle in C, with fine tuning device, George Butler, Dublin, ca. 1835. Eight keys.
B9 Bugle in C, Joseph Greenhill, London, ca. 1840. Engraved on plaque “New Improve’d Royal Kent bugle by Jos’ Greenhill LONDON.” Seven keys.
B222 Bugle in C, of English origin, ca. 1840. Eight keys.
B473 Bugle in Bb, Thomas Percival, London, ca. 1840. Eight keys.
B479 Bugle in Eb, George Smith, Birmingham, ca. 1840. Six keys.
B167 Bugle in Eb, Graves & Co., Winchester, New Hampshire, ca. 1845. Ten keys.
B483 Bugle in Bb, Graves & Co., Winchester, New Hampshire, ca. 1845. Seven keys.
B10 Bugle in Bb, attributed to Gautrot, Paris, ca. 1850. Seven keys.
B466 Bugle in Bb, of English origin, ca. 1860. Unusual tuning slide after mouthpipe tube. Seven keys.