Probably made by by C.G. Conn. The "A" means alto, the "L" means Low Pitch (a good thing . . . note A equals 440, modern tuning),
The presence of patent info suggests Conn, although I don't know if Martin has similar info. It wasn't uncommon for large instrument retailers to commission a run of Conn -made or Buescher-made saxophones with their own retail name on them. Same thing is done today with Taiwanese instruments. DAVE
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