I recently posted here that I had acquired a desired Buescher Top Hat and Cane alto and it was at the tech being repadded and regulated. I'm thrilled to have it. That is a fact. However, another TH&C that I had previously been dealing on (and that deal had fallen through) was suddenly made available to me and due to a significant character flaw (having too many saxophones) I bought it too! I don't even have it in my possession yet. Even though they're the same horn and of a similar vintage, I'll likely keep and play the one I like the most; however, I have a little buyers remorse and here is where I seek some advice. Should I put the other one in the closet and hope for an appreciation of value over the next four or five years? Or have it also rebuilt and sell it? One thing is nearly certain: it'll appreciate in value more in the closet than the money in my savings account. My wife was in agreement with the recent snap decision but she also said "...I don't want a house full of saxophones." What would have others done in this circumstance?