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Date: 1832-1848
Credit: Division of Cultural History, National Museum of American History


Firth, Hall & Pond (Maker)

William Hall was apprenticed to a musical instrument maker in Albany until 1812, when he joined the militia. After the war, he moved to New York. In 1820, he set up independently, a year later joining with John Firthas Firth & Hall. In 1831, they were joined by Sylvanius Pond.

Dimensions / Weight

Dimensions: 8" H x 17.25" W x 5.5" D

Physical Description

7-keyed,copper and brass bugle in B-flat.


Country: United States
War: Civil War
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