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I recently purchased an Antigua Winds Alto off of Ebay, serial number LA1017695. I was wondering if there was a way to tell the manufacture date and or model of this horn by it's features or serial number? I haven't yet received it and I've been reading everything I can about the Antigua Winds horns but nothing is helping. Any insight is greatly appreciated.
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LOL best post ive seen in a while.

Milandro is spot on. Reach out to them.

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I just went to their web site to ask a question about a horn I just bought off the web. I sent them the serial number hoping to find out the model number. The horn won't be here until next week %(

After I sent my question I noticed there was a text box near the top that said something along the lines of "If you are in the US CLICK HERE" to submit questions.
 

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I'd be interested if you find any info. I bought an alto a couple of years ago from a kid based on an ebay ad. It plays pretty nice for a $200 horn, actually.
 

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Antigua changed their logo at some point so I always look for the newer logo. But I don’t know when it changed.
 

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milandro's right. I contacted Antigua directly last month through the web contact form to ask about the model number of my soprano, and they responded (presumably from Taiwan) within 72 hours.
 
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