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I've contacted the seller music-oldtimer-com that this horn is not a 'Rev. D' but instead a Rev. B era (early 1940s) 'Standard' which uses 'Rev. A' tooling and lacks many features including rolled toneholes and has LH bell-keys.
Seems he's forgotten to include serial number and mention that it's clearly a 'Standard' and not a regular full-fledged SML. Still a very pretty horn - but way overpriced! :|

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