SOLD - A rare Buffet S-1 transitional with "Super Dynaction" on the body, and no [S-1] label on the bell. But make no mistake, it has all the S-1 components minus the high F#. The S-1 is actually quite brighter and bolder than the previous SDAs; so they're a cross between the Buffet SDA & a King Super 20 but lean towards the French sound.
SOLD - Vintage JK tone that is smokey and fills the room. It has rolled tone holes and the "JK Best in the World" stamp on the rear tube. It is mostly in the bare brass body from the lacquer falling off, and the nickel plated keywork is in great shape and strong as expected. There was no high F# on this model, like the next model Tone King. The former lucite pants guard was replaced with a metal guard.
SOLD - One of the realm gems of the sax world, this era of Zephyr is near identical to the Super 20 for half the cost! Deep, dark original lacquer finish at 85%, triple neckstrap ring, rounded keywork, all indicative of the series iii model. Matching neck and tweed case, gotta love that.
$1,499/1,699.00 - A pretty, intermediate sax to excel a student or adult! The serial number "A" indicates that it was assembling in the US Michigan plant which was known for producing great quality.
$3,999.00 - One of the sax world's favorite saxes - TH&C in original finish. #334k dates it to 1950. There's no need to sell this one. The report on this one is that due some bumps in the history, resolders and all, you can play this one with the intent to enjoy it.
$1,499/799.00 - In a clean lacquer finish, it looks like a "first time lacquer" since lacquer wasn't all that common before 1934. Perhaps it is 1930s/40s due to the color. Pearl octave lever, backside G#, and double-G pad venting (early King style).