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But if it is an INDIANA or MEDALIST model, it would be from 1963. It also may have RMC on the bell. If it is the older one, it should have the bell keys on opposite sides whereas the newer year would have them on the left side next to each other. Post the writing on the bell and it will help out. If older, it should read something like MARTIN Handcraft (in script) Elkhart IND. It would be a HC series III with the front F key. Silver or gold? e-mail me some photos (or post here) and I will give you the complete info. I have about 8 of these right now and they can be great horns but undervalued.
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justlooking4sax said:
I found a number there but when I look it up I can't find that number on any charts. It's # 90472.

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Serialnr charts are estimates..
Just pick the number above and under yours and guess where it belongs
 
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