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I would wait for a series III or IV with the better pinkies and high F. You may also find one that is plated and not relaquered. This one will probably go in the $300 range.
 

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bruce bailey said:
This one will probably go in the $300 range.
BIN is $165, not a bad deal. Be careful though, sounds like it will probably need at least a repad, and some work.
 

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I stay away from lacquered horns (unless that is the only way the were built) as it costs the same to repad a nice one as a dog.
 

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I'd go with one of that other guy's horns he has for sale. There are a couple nice looking silver ones he's got up. But all in all, not a bad horn at all from the looks of it. Any way you go with an old horn like that you'll need a repad.
 
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