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by TOMSMOM5310
(1 post)
6 months ago

Portrait house cg conn

Looking for an appraisal

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  1. by historicsaxwhisperer
    (533 posts)

    6 months ago

    Re: Portrait house cg conn

    Current condition....

    Picture finding a 68 mustang in a junk yard.

    Ya dont know if the engine is fused, but its a 68 mustang.

     

    1,200 at best.

    It is a gold plated artist model alto saxophone.

    1929-1930

    They are very collectable.

    A one of a kind based on the engraving aspect.

    As long as you also have the original neck.

     

    Refurbished, let the buyer do that. You get about the same $$

    out of it that you put into it. Unless you are a tech and can do your own work.

     

    Good Luck.

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  2. by Herberts
    (1 post)

    5 months ago

    Re: Portrait house cg conn

    The museum of musical instrument engraving maintains both a virtual collection of images culled from  collections all over the world as well as a physical collection of more than 100 different examples of the engravers art.

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