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What do you think?

Of course Selmeritis is boosting the value to collectible levels - a rising Mk VI lifts all boats. And I know Selmers were used mostly by alto players until the Balanced years. But this looks waaay out of line.
 

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that horn has been on and off the bay for quite some time... gee, I wonder... could it be it's priced too low and makes people wonder? :bluewink: [rolleyes]
 

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This is rich: "Dancourt and Paris have the double print. Also, the M in Selmer has one line missing. Common mistakes made back in those days, but adds to the value for today." Huh?
 

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Like many, he doesn't know difference between vintage and just plain old. At least the old Selmers didn't used that bad split key design back then.
 

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That hunk of junk has been out on ebay for many, many, MANY months. You can see why.

Forget about it; move on to something decent at a decent price.
 
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