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Bassic Sax

16.08.2017, 22:59




Couesnon

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1900 (18)
"1900" is not an official model name. Saxophone historian Pete Hales, founder of The Vintage Saxophone Gallery, coined the model name to refer to the early horns which always had engraving on the bell which, when translated, said: "Universal Exhibition of Paris, 1900".

Also according to Pete: "According to the New Langwill index, the date for these horns is found by looking at the number in the "grenade" ("pineapple") on the bell, so, e.g., "8" would mean "made in 1908"."

See the following page on Saxpics, for more info on these early Couesnon models: http://saxpics.com/couesnon/

Alto Serial # ?, C Melody 11306, Soprano Serial # ?
Monopole (36)
Alto 2090, Alto 8495, Alto 9352, Low A Alto Serial # ?
Stencils (21)
Besson


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Lower Portion Right Side (Bassic Sax)
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