I saw that one as well. (I seem to have been doing the same Ebay searches a stitch for several years now.) I've seen pictures of very early Keilwerths with keywork like that, so I can only assume that when the Graslitz Keilwerth plant was nationalized as Amati, they produced a few horns with the very oldest tooling, as well as reusing the Toneking II tooling for the Amati Tonekings we're more familiar with.
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