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Heh. It's just an odd looking horn. Most stencils I've seen look exactly like their Aristocrat counterparts, but this one has a few odd differences, besides the name and engraving.
 

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Most Buescher stencils have the NA-stlye spatulas, I think. The Elkhart alto I used to own certainly did -it was probably exactly the same horn as that ad.
 

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Junkdude has an Alexander Hamilton tenor, which appears to be a Conn stencil. Doesn't answer your question other than that the brand may have bought horns from various manufacturers.
 

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brasscane said:
Junkdude has an Alexander Hamilton tenor, which appears to be a Conn stencil. Doesn't answer your question other than that the brand may have bought horns from various manufacturers.

Yeah, I saw that too. I think that you're right because I've seen a Hamilton that resembled a Martin also.
 

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I've got a Hamilton Tenor coming from ebay....looks TO ME like a Conn stencil, but I'll know when it arrives... especially that "C" note guard looking like a Mecedes logo, but I'm not an expert....
 
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