Dating conn saxophones Sexchatonline

06-Jun-2017 18:13

Most pros look for period Conns, Martins, Kings, and actual Bueschers proper as far as the 1920's are concerned.yes,you have a conn alto saxophone around the 1926 mark...looks gold plated and these are nice playing saxophones...in a martin case...- Margaret Mike, Houston, Texas Answer: The value of such a nickel Conn 10 M saxophone (made in Elkhart, Ind.) depends on its condition, serial number, from when it dates and whether it's gold or silver-plated or of laquered brass.Those dating from the 1940s are worth more because they have rolled tone holes.

Lacquer didn't begin to appear as a sax finish until the very late 1920's/early 1930's)It will likely be of more interest to a collector to fill in time line and early makers gaps in their collection than to a working professional saxophonist seeking a period, players horn.

Also, how can I contact various Indian artifact collectors? Question: At a country auction, I got carried away and bought a collection of beautifully framed Indian arrowheads. The book also lists Indian artifact collectors, dealers, organizations, shops and societies, etc. Question: Our neighbors moved and left behind a pile of trash from which we retrieved an old broken and cracked Bakelite radio. Enclose a photo or description of the radio and a self-addressed stamped envelope for a reply, free evaluation or quick cash offer.

How can I find out more about them and what they could be worth? Answer: Countless examples of such stone axes along with metal trade-era types and tomahawks, as well as all other types of Indian artifacts, can be found in the fifth edition of "North American Indian Artifacts - A Collector's Identification and Value Guide" by Lar Hothem; it is available for .95 postpaid from Ace Enterprises, P. Thousands of Indian arrowheads can be found in the first edition of the "Official Price Guide To American Indian Arrowheads - More Than 4,000 Prices Listed" by John L. It is available for .50 postpaid from Ace Enterprises, P. Janov also buys old toy radios as well as children's types decorated with comic, cartoon or Western characters and says he would light up if only he had a Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer example.

Question: Where can I find pictures or prints of the Chicago River, as well as information regarding its history, legends and wildlife?

Are there any related publications or sources that would interest me? Answer: Gorgeous and grand color city views of the Chicago River can be seen and studied in "Chicago From the River" with photographs and text by Joan V.

Lacquer didn't begin to appear as a sax finish until the very late 1920's/early 1930's)It will likely be of more interest to a collector to fill in time line and early makers gaps in their collection than to a working professional saxophonist seeking a period, players horn.

Also, how can I contact various Indian artifact collectors? Question: At a country auction, I got carried away and bought a collection of beautifully framed Indian arrowheads. The book also lists Indian artifact collectors, dealers, organizations, shops and societies, etc. Question: Our neighbors moved and left behind a pile of trash from which we retrieved an old broken and cracked Bakelite radio. Enclose a photo or description of the radio and a self-addressed stamped envelope for a reply, free evaluation or quick cash offer.

How can I find out more about them and what they could be worth? Answer: Countless examples of such stone axes along with metal trade-era types and tomahawks, as well as all other types of Indian artifacts, can be found in the fifth edition of "North American Indian Artifacts - A Collector's Identification and Value Guide" by Lar Hothem; it is available for .95 postpaid from Ace Enterprises, P. Thousands of Indian arrowheads can be found in the first edition of the "Official Price Guide To American Indian Arrowheads - More Than 4,000 Prices Listed" by John L. It is available for .50 postpaid from Ace Enterprises, P. Janov also buys old toy radios as well as children's types decorated with comic, cartoon or Western characters and says he would light up if only he had a Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer example.

Question: Where can I find pictures or prints of the Chicago River, as well as information regarding its history, legends and wildlife?

Are there any related publications or sources that would interest me? Answer: Gorgeous and grand color city views of the Chicago River can be seen and studied in "Chicago From the River" with photographs and text by Joan V.

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