Thanks Bruce I did not know that. I just assumed that was common trade practice throughout all manufactures.The "C" in the serial number did not appear on Bueschers but common on Conn.
Bruce & Dave, I have no idea where I got the assumption that all horns were marked with an A,C or T. I just looked at all 11 horns I own and only one is marked. Just like you said Bruce the Conn. ‘22 New Wonder 1 C,LP. Without hijacking the thread is there a place to learn the interpretation of the nomenclature on the sax. Terminology and anatomy of a saxophone would be a good thing to have on the beginners form too....unless I’ve overlooked that too.Thanks Bruce I did not know that. I just assumed that was common trade practice throughout all manufactures.
Well before we make a declaration and accept it, lets look at some data.Only if it plays, which I highly doubt, just looking at it. If you have to put several hundred dollars into it to get it in playing condition, not such a good deal. I wouldn't touch it. You can do much better...
I think we know why its not selling Looks like (9) c mels have sold on Ebay since March 30, ranging from $150 to $700. Looks like I got it right, the market is around $150-$200 for an exceptional restorable candidate, with a newly restored excellent condition horn going for $600-$700. If yours is playable, put it on Ebay. If its not playable, put it on Ebay. Price it to 90% of market, and be patient. It will sell.I brought it home and it sits in my closet.