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I think your KING is infact a SML Marigaux and a much later than 1960 rather late 1970 because of the High F#.

It looks like a honest horn all being perhaps more expensive than usual, nothing to do with the american kings
 

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If it is marked "New King" then it is a Keilwerth. The Mariqaux was sold by King in the US and it did have both names on it. I can't tell from the photos but It looks more Keilwerth than King (Mariqaux).
 

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Bruce it is not marked New King and has the King crown very similar to a cleveland but with all the bell keys on the right side, but is not a Keilwerth
 

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Silver-sax got it right! It is a student King made by Conn-Selmer (Steinway).
 
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