Re: Need help identifying my sax
Your horn was made by conn in probably the early 1960s. It is a 14M Director Model. With Finish 56, silver plated body with nickel plated keys. Also called the stars and stripes model by everybody that sees one, but this is misleading. The same engraving appeared for many years in various student model horns. Yours has a few nice features, like the adjustment screw on the lower stack float key arm.
The silverplated version is somewhat uncommon.
This model is very common on ebay, probably in the $150 range. Since it is thrown in with many other student level models. The older versions were made in Elkhart Indiana. Later not true director model versions, in Mexico.
If you were to sell it, playing upon the somewhat rare silver plate, you may get up to like $300 for it.
Enjoy it. I am sure it plays nicely. I myself, who deals with many horns in a years time, would grab it up if found locally.