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Ok, I've had this thing set back in my closet for years, and now, I'm trying to figure out what it is. My dad bought it for me back in 95 (used) when I was in the high school marching band and I went from a plastic starter, to a professional wooden. This is all the information I have on it, and all the sights I've been to haven't helped one bit. I can't find the serial number registered anywhere, and the emblem is different than any I've seen so far. It is made in France, by Noblet Paris. On the back of the two main pieces is the number B 77521. Can anyone help me figure out a little about it? The pads would need to be replaced, since it's been sitting so long and the silver needs to be polished back up. The wood grain itself seems to still be in great condition, with very little nicks or scratches. Any info you can give me would be most appreciated!!! View attachment 3263
 

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Try here.
You have a nice instrument. Not the best out there but very nice.
 

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Crafton0510 said:
Any idea what a fair price would be for it?
For the buyer or the seller?

It depends on how much wear the instrument has - if it needs a total overhaul + extra attention.
 

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If I were to sell it as it is right now, what might it go for? Im sure it would have to have new pads since it's been sitting forever.
 
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