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Anyone have any info on BLESSING artist ALTO? This one has Left hand bell keys with a N serial number like the Nogales Conns

Seems to be a sturdy studen horn ..much better than mainland chinese .. maybe Taiwan ... appears similar to King 613

I will get a pix up later altho yo can see it as a sold item on ebay. I buy cheap saxes to repair and sell but this one has hardly been used .. has original pads etc. no dents

Fraser in Toronto
 

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All the Blessing horns after about 1970 had right side bell keys. Some of the oldies were Bueschers, Conns or Martins. These is/was one on ebay that was a Martin. Does it have the soldered tone holes?
 

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I have an early small belled buescher made blessing tenor. Nice sturdy horns but never valuable
Dave
 

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I have a Blessing Artist Elkhart Indiana made in Italy sn#43292.
It came in a nifty little king/Cleveland case with auto latches.
Anybody know what size pads it would take?
 
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