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Type HN White.com on google.
Scroll down and click on Cleveland band instruments.
There you will see serial numbers for Cleveland and American Standard.
 

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There's your answer, interinfo. Now how about telling us why you asked in the first place?
 

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Around 1966. If it has the original case, it would be a wood grained look with black edges.
I own a '66 Cleveland and it came in a "Cleveland" case, complete with emblem. It is smooth green vinyl with flip-lock latches. Fits the horn perfectly.
 

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King made solid, aesthetically pleasing cases ( especially the red, and those with black/ alligator type covering). The chrome plated hinges and fake pearl-like case handle are nice touches on cases of the period.

They also were made with very good interior support for the horn.

My King Cleveland case from the '50s, that is certainly no looker by any stretch, has tan vinyl mactac type covering on wood, with tan vinyl trim.The case corners are rounded
It is home for my Buescher series I tenor- fits perfectly.
 
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