I have an Orpheum Deluxe alto, stamped 'Made in Italy'. It has a very low (11XX) serial number stamped in TWO places -- just below the thumb rest, and on the underside of the G# key. This small bore sax has a beautiful dry, focused sound. I've been told that the sax is a Rampone & Cazzani stencil. It certainly LOOKS like an R&S. I've just compared it to an R&S FISM Super on eBay. The lower keys, guards, posts and other details are absolutely identical. Here are my questions. If the Orpheum is merely a stencil, why would it have the serial number stamped on the key as well as the body? Isn't this double identification the mark of a higher quality instrument? Also, I have not been able to locate a serial number list for the sax. Anyone have an idea when it was made?