Saxophone/conn tenor sax


what is the value in very good condition
CG Conn tenor sax  10M brass color
serial # 326940


Your tenor was made in 1947. Conn removed the rolled tone holes after the war but they are still great horns. If the horn still retains most of the original lacquer and isn't beat up, you could expect up to $2000.00. More is possible if it is in minty original condition. Hope this helps.

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I am co-owner J and J Woodwinds LLC, a full service repair and restoration facility locatd in Shreveport, Louisiana. We have been in business since 1985 providing customers worldwide with the repairs and restorations that many will not do!

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