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Interesting. It has the 119 Patent number on it which is there due to the rolled tone holes which Haynes owned the patent for.
Those straight tone holes look a little rough so I'd say its possible some maniac had at them but hard to say for sure.
 

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its a bit hard to see the serial number properly,but the early conn's before around 55,000 had straight tone holes.
some of the soprano's i have had around 65,000 had straight and rolled tone-holes on the same horn.
 

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