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true to be told, horns like Dixon and Gulf are not much of a muchness and it is only from the second portion of the 80’ that some Taiwanese brands started emerging on the Saxophone market as a special production.
 

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I've also seen other Taiwanese instruments from Blessing USA.
 

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Since the OP states there’s no Elkhart, IN stamped on it I suspect you’re right about Taiwan. It certainly looks a lot like every other Taiwan-based saxophone; a copy of a Selmer Mark VI.
 

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even if it would have Elkhart on it this would still be a foreign made saxophone, by this time there were no saxophones made in the US.
 
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