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The model number is 22M. There aren't a lot of them out there and information is scarce, but I recall a general agreement that Keilwerth had at least something to do with the design - I know there are Armstrong and Couf models that bear a resemblance.
 

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these horns appeared under several brands

they also existed as King 662 and as Armstrong 3050, there was also another similar Conn 94M (with high F#)


I speak about those in this thread

 

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The 22M's are sorta JK knockoffs. Some have RTH others do not. Decent enough horns, they supplanted the 16M in the UMI period, 1984-2003ish.

The 94M, on the other hand, IS a JK made horn, subcontracted during the Henkin period 1980-84. The 22M and King 662 and Armstrong 3040, 3050, 3055's are knockoffs made at the Armstrong, Elkhart factory.

Market value in play shape around $550-600, as a project maybe $200.
 

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The 22M's are sorta JK knockoffs. Some have RTH others do not. Decent enough horns, they supplanted the 16M in the UMI period, 1984-2003ish.

The 94M, on the other hand, IS a JK made horn, subcontracted during the Henkin period 1980-84. The 22M and King 662 and Armstrong 3040, 3050, 3055's are knockoffs made at the Armstrong, Elkhart factory.

Market value in play shape around $550-600, as a project maybe $200.
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The 22M's are sorta JK knockoffs. Some have RTH others do not. Decent enough horns, they supplanted the 16M in the UMI period, 1984-2003ish.

The 94M, on the other hand, IS a JK made horn, subcontracted during the Henkin period 1980-84. The 22M and King 662 and Armstrong 3040, 3050, 3055's are knockoffs made at the Armstrong, Elkhart factory.

Market value in play shape around $550-600, as a project maybe $200.
Presumably, these "knockoffs made at the Armstrong, Elkhart factory" were made after Conn acquired Armstrong…
 
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