$2,500.00 - Ultra Rare Combo Set - Collector's delight - Rare Streamline model with "ST" matching ligature with the "AB". All in fantastic condition.
$1849/2,899.00 - ***COLLECTOR ALERT*** Oldest documented serial number of this model! WOW - check this one out! Full snap pad set present, this is "New Aristocrat, version 1". ©WWS 2019 prior to gold Norton springs! New research found because of this sax!
$1,699.00/2,399.00 - "Indian Head" ARTIST engraved Conn New Wonder II Alto sax in gold plate. Ser.# m176,xxx dates to 1926, nailfile G#, rolled tone holes, tuning neck, everything we love. This sax did take rear bow damage in the last 90 years, sadly, and has other repair proof. Plan to play this one and show it off without fear of it being "too pretty to take out and play".
$4,750.00 - One of the top-10 most desired soprano saxophones, and a one-owner at that. This "purple logo" YSS-62R - series II - Serial #10,1xx, was bought new in early 1990. It's original lacquer is in very good condition and shows proof of use and very good care. Keyed to high F#. Unique tone is WARM and CRISP all at the same time.
$2,799.00 - (Lacquer over silver) Naked Lady Transitional era: Serial #251,xxx. These have a cult following as the first of the Naked Lady run. The body is in great overall shape. It has Rolled Tone Holes and the fine tuning neck adjuster. Other than the evidence of messy pad glue, there are no past repairs or damage to mention. What a beauty! It has the very rare, satin/shiny 'gold' finish at 60%...and lots of silver under-plating is visible. The neck is mostly silver only now.
SOLD - Boomer Sister #2: Named: "Bertha" of the Boomer sisters (two Bass saxes)...Serial# 145k, typical bumps and bruises. We found a case to pair with it. Although lacquer was more common around 1934, this technically looks like a [1st time lacquer] job.