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International Woodwind & Brass Center, Inc.

174 West 48th St.
NY, NY 10036

212-575-1508 / 212-840-7165
intlwoodwindbrass@yahoo.com
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Buy, Sell, Trade, Rent, Repair, Sudio Space, Authorized repair shop on premises, Sell Instruments, New, Used Restored


International Woodwind & Brass Center, Inc.

174 W. 48th St. (Cor. 7th Ave & 48th St)
NY, NY 10036

212-575-1508 / 212-840-7165
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Buy & Trade Major Brands, Vintage Instruments, Accessories. *New & Used, Expert Repairs, Sales, Service, Rentals, We Sell New & Used Consigned Instruments.


Woodwinds Brass Stings

50 West 23rd St.
NY, NY 10010

212-627-7229 / 800-767-5764
212-627-3450
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Student To Professional


Handco Welding, Corp.

10-02 34th St.
LIC, NY 11106

718-932-8890
718-932-8959
http://www.handcowelding.com
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welding, steel gates, fences and railings, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, beams, cellar doors, fire escapes, steel stairs, trellises, window guards, in-house detailing, custom fabrication.


The Brass Rail

107 Forest Avenue
Locust Valley , NY 11560

516-723-9103
516-723-9105
monkan4@aol.com
http://www.brassraillocustvalley.com
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 Formerly Heirloom, Kent Monkan has re-invented the restaurant and it is now a casual bistro. The same charm prevails because of the 1800s bar that was made in NYC for The Brass Rail Restaurant in Midtown. During Prohibition it was dismantled, then assembled for use in a New Jersey tavern. It made its way to Long Island and was used in a restaurant at this location. And now, after all these years it is once again the focal point of kent's restaurant.

ABOUT THE BRASS RAIL RESTAURANT:

The establishment was named after our wonderful antique bar.

During Prohibition, the bar was dismantled and after a few years it was reassembled in The Lighthouse Tavern, in Elizabeth New Jersey.
In 1979 the bar was purchased from an antique dealer by Arthur Stein for his new bar and restaurant, "Marbles" at this location.


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