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It looks like it has both the conical key cups and soldered tone holes, so apparently it was made by H. N. White.
 

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Thanks guys,

My thoughts exactly...also, the style of the engraving is very similar to that on my old Cleveland tenor, which has a close serial no.

I'm supposed to be out of the alto business, but if the price stays that low I will be tempted. My C-45xxx tenor is a killer;)

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Except for the split bell keys, it is extremely similar to THIS TENOR made by HN White in the late 20s by my best estimate at the time I restored this one for a customer.
 

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I didn't bite, but I bet somebody got a kick**s alto for under 100$.

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