Saxophone/4 Old Saxophones


Steve wrote at 2010-10-31 04:42:50
Horn number 3 is not a model 35 which would have said VITO on it and more then likely had an A at the end of the serial number.

It is instead a Model 100 if it is an alto or a model 120 if it is a tenor. In either case it is more rare then the vito model 35.

Value for the model 100 $700 to $1000

Value for the Model 120 $1500 to $1800

RAM wrote at 2012-11-19 22:11:17
I would not trust the answer regarding the Paris Leblanc Sax; the sound of the true Paris Leblanc Sax made in the 60's to perhaps early 80's is open and uncompromising -- it is not a channeled sound like that of the Selmer as you can tell if anyone is playing a Selmer just by hearing it - everyone sounds pretty much the same playing a Selmer.  The Paris Leblanc is one of the most coveted saxes, rare, and was stopped in production because it became so expensive to produce $5000 to $8000 when they stopped making them some 20+ years ago.  They were the only sax with precision adjustments and xtremely well made by the finest craftsmen.


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I have been a music educator for over 25 years and have taught on many levels from young children and school agers on through to college level, professional players and senior citizens. My main areas of expertise are saxophone(s) though I have taught many instruments including, guitar, bass, piano, oboe and drums to name a few. I have also done research on horns both vintage and new.


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