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Looking in the local music shop at a Barclay tenor, has "Czechoslovakia"
stamped on the back. It looks kinda old, but it plays pretty well.
Someone claimed in a previous post that Barclay was made in the orient?
I'm not looking for a professional horn, but is this worth toodling on?

Any input would be appreciated.

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I found out from the Amati company that based on the serial #, they did make that sax, back in 1971.
http://www.amati.cz/
 

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Czechoslovakia stopped when the west joined the east and then called chech republic , someone will give a date. I would say it was made by Amati
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