I have one just like this (serial #111xxxx) and I spent hours trying to identify it. My best guess is a AS200 based on a few pictures I've seen of the AS200 and AS210. The 210 has a circular body to bell brace, the 200 has a bar. The 210 has a wide "v" shaped high F# key, the 200 is more of an oval shape. The 210's that I've seen all have "AS210" stamped on the bell and some engraving, the 200 has no model identifier and no engraving. I've attached a pic of a 210 for comparison.I'm having trouble identifying a Selmer USA alto saxophone. I bought the horn used 6 or 7 years and I want to resell it on Ebay. What is the model and what is a good starting price for Ebay? Thanks for the help on my first post!
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I've seen several Bundys sell for close to $500 on EBay, and assuming your sax in in good playing condition it is definitely worth more than a Bundy. Personally, I'd want $700-800 if I sold mine. However, at the moment there are two AS 210's on EBay and both have a buy it now price in the $400 range. It's a good time to buy, but a lousy time to sell.Thanks for the help.
Do you have an opinion on how much it's worth? I own a better alto.