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If you live near Dave of Junkdude fame - you might ask him. He certainly is in a good position to know what the market would be for your horn and is certainly an open and honest guy. He could probably even sell it for you if you could come to terms.

Ebay is not a good measure of value as everything tends to go cheaper there. Check out Cybersax, Junkdude, WorldwideSax, VintageSax and other online dealers who sell horns with a good provenence for the best retail price for a really good horn. Those places get more from their horns too because the buyer can expect them to be set up properly.
 

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Don't sell it!!!!

Here, this should make you feel better
I own 4 fiddles and 6 bows
a Breedlove mandolin
a Trinity College octave mandolin
an Alvarez Acoustic Guitar
and Ensoniq SQ2 keyboard
a Gibson EB3 Bass
A Gibson tenor Banjo
A Conn C-Melody Sax
A Buescher Big-B tenor sax
a Buescher 156 tenor sax
A Tenor sax of unknown European lineage (an Orpheum) that weighs a ton and plays too good to ever sell
a Martin Lyon and Healy stencil soprano sax
and two alto's that never get played - ever (I really should sell these but one looks just like the Orpheum and I have never seen horns like these anywhere. They have no great value but I like em!)
a Didgeridoo or two
and yet more!

Some days I can hardly walk through the house. See you don't have a problem at all!!!!

You will regret it if you sell that sax. Almost for certain.
 
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