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Rare thing - there have been odd sightings of a Curved C-Sop, but I don't think that particular beast ever really got into production, a few may just have come in at the end of the Conn 'C' lifespan. Jay Easton has one or two (?) in the second and third pics -

http://www.jayeaston.com/galleries/sax_family/sax_p_Conn_nino_str-curv.html

Also on saxpics -

http://www.saxpics.com/cpg143/thumbnails.php?album=784

There was talk on t'ther forum about a Kohlert, and a Cousenon belonging to Peter Hurd and featured on jay Easton's link above (from memory both with twin octave keys ?) from much earlier times. I suspect they are in collections now, or hidden family heirlooms. Makes you wonder how many were junked.....:(
 
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