Catalogs Bach Catalog – 1961 Transtion by Bach Loyalist July 1, 1961 written by Bach Loyalist July 1, 1961 During the transition to H. & A. Selmer Corporation. Note the reference to Vincent Bach remaining president. Also instruments continue to come from Mt. Vernon, mouthpieces from Elkhart factory. source: Bach Loyalist collection 2 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Bach Loyalist BachLoyalist.com is the ultimate reference to everything related to Vincent Bach instruments, including Bach Stradivarius trumpets and trombones. previous post Bach Catalogs – Instrument Catalog (1961) next post Bach Catalog – Never Rush an Artisan (1962-1964) Related Articles Bach Catalogs – Mouthpieces (2006) January 1, 2006 Bach Catalogs – Stradivarius (Japanese) (2003) January 1, 2003 Bach Catalogs – Bach Megatone mouthpieces (1994) August 1, 1994 Bach Catalog – 1964 Price List January 1, 1964 Bach Catalog – Never Rush an Artisan (1962-1964) January 1, 1963 Bach Catalogs – Instrument Catalog (1961) January 1, 1961 Bach Catalogs – Instrument Price List (1956) June 1, 1956 Bach Catalogs – 1955 Price Increase July 18, 1955 Bach Catalogs – Trombone (1935) January 1, 1935 Bach Catalogs – Vincent Bach Corporation (1925) January 1, 1925 2 comments Mike Allen July 25, 2014 - 11:16 am I am the owner of a 1962 Bach Stradivarius, ML, s/n 22879, one of the last built at the Mt Vernon factory I believe. I am the original owner, and I believe it is in mint condition. I got it when I started 5th grade band, back in the day….my question is: we changed homeowner’s ins company and I had never thought about specifically insuring my horn but considering the age and quality of horn, I would like to include it on my homeowner’s ins…so I was hoping I could find an approx. value range that I could use to include on my ins. any ideas on appraised value?? thanks, Mike Allen Reply Bach Loyalist July 25, 2014 - 5:09 pm I would do an advanced search on eBay, find some completed auctions of similar aged, condition Bach Strad. trumpet. I’ve seen similar go from $1000 to $2000, but is highly dependent on condition… Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.