I went to a Music store yesterday that sells/buys/trades instruments. I saw a used silver Antigua Tenor sax with gold (lacquer) keys. It has a high F# key, so I was thinking at least an intermediate model (many basic models don't offer this key.) It actually played pretty nice. The only thing is, I don't know what model it is or how old it is. I should have taken a pic of it to post or asked the salesman what the owner said the age of the sax was. Years ago, when I first started seeing Antigua instruments, I thought they were cheaply made (Chinese maybe?) student grade instruments. I never really took the brand seriously. Apparently though, these are pretty good horns made in Taiwan. Not sure if they improved over the years or if I was just originally mistaken. Anyhow, the tenor had a somewhat dark, warm sound. It was in really good shape (just a couple very minor scratches and an almost imperceptible ding on the bell. They are asking $1200 for the tenor. However, it's hard to determine if this is a fair price if I don't know the model or the year. I guess I could try and copy down the serial number (hard to see, but it's there) next time I go to the store. Does anyone have any idea what model this horn could be or if it seems like a good deal or if there are any questions I could ask the salesman at the store? The good thing is, I can trade some instruments I'm not currently using for this tenor. Would save me the hassle of trying to sell them.