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Do you have a photo of left pinky table?
If it’s like a typical Selmer style table it likely is an M70.
If more like a Conn 6m/SML rev D and the like it may be a Belair model.
Or if marked Royal Jazz, then it’s a Royal Jazz.
 

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I got a picture with m70 inscription ...any chance this is a high pitch sax ?
Have you an idea of where the sax has been bought when new? For example, if it was first bought in France it certainly is low pitch. Not all countries have been infected with the high pitch disaster (but Dolnet, a French compagnie, found a niche market in the countries were a lot of music bands were equipped with HP instruments and delayed the change as much as possible).
 

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Have you an idea of where the sax has been bought when new? For example, if it was first bought in France it certainly is low pitch. Not all countries have been infected with the high pitch disaster (but Dolnet, a French compagnie, found a niche market in the countries were a lot of music bands were equipped with HP instruments and delayed the change as much as possible).
No idea..
 
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