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· Distinguished SOTW Member, Forum Contributor 2016
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right or wrong the market values this kind of horn very little
True. A BETTER instrument that their market values suggest.

C prefix= 1964. Nogales, AZ.... as Hassles notes.

As a player, a pretty good horn. Good intonation, free-blowing, well made, really nice tone. Ergos and key action are quite OK.

But they only sell for perhaps $300 in good playing condition. So, usually, a 'keeper' as opposed to a candidate for 'flipping'.

If not in good, serviced playing shape....worth perhaps $90-120 here is US.
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