These are very undervalued at the moment. I still can't figure out why... All the Bundy stuff is in the pits (Value Wise.) They are nice reliable easily repaired, and very durable horns. <--- Real Compliment coming from a Olds Brasswind Collector.
It's a buyer market for them.
I see Taiwanese Horns Although decent ones bringing more money. Sometimes much more money. I can't understand the reasons for it other than buyer ignorance, lack of knowledge about what they are buying, or just heat of the moment..... When I see Evette Schafer's and R.O.C. Made Buffet stuff that looks like it sank with the titanic bringing 250-300+ dollars when a Bundy horn has a hard time making $125-150... Something is WRONG....
The steal of the day is eBay item # 300209440303 If I didn't already have one I would have pulled the trigger on it myself.
BTW My Bundy II Alto I bought Judging by the case is about a 1990-92 ish SN 12323XX I remember the bundy trumpets/cases of the era. When I started playing myself Around 1990 (Trumpet ~ 1968 Olds Ambassador That I still have)