Just when I think I have seen every horn model made, I'll be proven wrong. This Meister Hans Hoyer is their version of an Alexander 103 and I've never seen one before this one.
This one plays surprisingly well. Because most early model Hoyers are overly sturdy making them heavy and cumbersome to play. This horn actually plays like a nice 103 and surprisingly the compression reads a 1.0 which is fabulous. It is made of lacquered yellow brass and has mechanical linkages. There are the usual dings here and there and much of the lacquer has worn away, but there is nothing that impedes it's play-ability.
This is truly a surprising horn. Check it out.
Fixed Bell black case included.