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From what is shown, it looks to be in really nice shape. I'm wondering if the original maker's mark has been worn to a point where it can only be seen in special light and maybe with a glass. I've had horns like that . . . thought they were unmarked until I took time to closely examine it. You horn is obviously only keyed to hi-Eb, another indicator of age. The upper octave mechanism is similar to older Bueschers and Conns and the cross-hatched G# lever is reminiscent of Conns, but shaped differently. I dunno . . . DAVE
 

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Thanks Dave, It is engraved but not the makers name, the name on it is "Mold & Co 35 Dean St London W1" and a number. I can't find any information on them. bibbage
 
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