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Sure has pretty engraving :) . My best guess would be intermediate, but I could be wrong. Any pictures of the LH cluster, neck, bell brace, Fork and palm keys. This could help identify it. Also serial number (first 3 numbers followed by Xs) would help.
 

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Attached Pics of Left Hand cluster, neck, bell brace, Right Hand palm, Left Hand Palm.

Couldn;t figure out what the "fork" was?
1st picture is of the "Fork F/E" mechanism.

Now all we need is the Low Bb Cluster (the left hand cluster I mentioned). This piece goes by so many names it's rediculous!
 

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Yep. That's it :D .

Looks fast and comfortable actually. How "balanced" does low C# feel? That style of table (lots of variations) usually lends to a stiff low C#, but some I've played (my '26 King Bari for one) have actually been quite light and balanced. The low C# to low Bb break is very smartly designed.

Still not sure who makes it though. Borrows the best of the designs from many Intermediate brands of the era.
 
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