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Got word this morning that my client's shipment arrived in the Virgin Islands as an empty box, missing the YAS-62 (Serial # 313,638 ) gold lacquered alto that I sent to him from Capitola, CA. It was definitely stolen in the postal system, as it arrived to his USPS post office box, and was caught at the counter being too light, never leaving the postal system at the time that the theft was noticed.

This is a saxophone of some sentimental value, as it was owned previously by a great, great New Orleans tenorman, and a good friend to myself and Just Saxes, for years. The client is a very decent man, and I have no doubt this extends to all areas of his life and deeds -- indeed he bought this as a gift for a fellow saxophonist.

Please help to recover this saxophone, should you see it, and contact [email protected] if any one should attempt to sell you this saxophone, or if it should turn up for sale somewhere.

Many thanks,
Palo
Just Saxes
 

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It's part of the new plan to fund the USPS......steal customers stuff

But seriously, I'd never trust the USPS....ups or fed ex insured only.
 
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