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I scored this alto Selmer case today. What vintage do you think it is? Very good condition for its age. Value? IMG_0478.jpg IMG_0479.jpg
 

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Somebody stored a split bell key American horn in there, but those impressions could be worked out. I think an SBA to early 60s mk VI would look super sexy and original in that case. Good score! I've seen people asking $100-150 for nice old selmer cases.
 

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Yes it had a gold plated Buescher True tone in it and Baxter Northup wood clarinet both in good condition.
 

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If you're trying to flip the true tone, it seems like the prices are going up with the front f/crescent g# horns. I saw a nice original silver one sell for $600 on eBay recently.
 

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Typical 'Tray-Pak' sax, clarinet and flute case from the '50s-'60s. Guys who double are always looking for those particularly if they have a sax of that vintage. Having the key would be a plus but its rare.
 
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