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Anybody ever seen a late 20s (Czhecoslovakian made Kohlert sax with a V-Drum inscription?

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the sax, alto, split bell keys, wire guards, serial 257324 - apparently no other stamps, KOHLERT SONS- GRASLITZ V-Drum I am told is engraved

Best image I have attached. I "suspect" model 28 or could this be weirder?

I have a 26 alto (no serial) both bell keys LHS

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the sax, alto, split bell keys, wire guards, serial 257324 - apparently no other stamps, KOHLERT SONS- GRASLITZ V-Drum I am told is engraved

Best image I have attached. I "suspect" model 28 or could this be weirder?

I have a 26 alto (no serial) both bell keys LHS

Glenn
Glenn, it鈥檚 late and just saw this post from weeks ago...never saw it with all the posting problems we鈥檝e had lately. Will take good look and get back to you with suggestions.
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It appears to be a model 28 with a different neck (or alternative) and a different G# arrangement.
VDrum I don鈥檛 understand what it is but it may have been a brand for a stencilled model.
 

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It appears to be a model 28 with a different neck (or alternative) and a different G# arrangement.
VDrum I don鈥檛 understand what it is but it may have been a brand for a stencilled model.
Thanks for looking at this.馃惙
 
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