Alfonso Rampone
Alfonso Rampone
(Helen) According to Langwill he was a distant cousin of Egidio Rampone (of R&C). He built saxes and clarinets and "flourished Quarna 1932 - post 1950". Apparently in the 30s he had a workforce of approx. 20 people.
Alfredo Santoni
Alfredo Santoni

Alfredo Santoni, Fabio Somaini and Luigi Bulgheroni were the principals in the Ditta Giglio (“Lily Company”) in the city of Parè, in the province of Como, in the Lombardy region of Italy.

Most of the available information out there about Santoni and Ditta Giglio is on my blog. If you have any additional information you'd like to share, please drop me a line at thesaxinfo@gmail.com.


I'm going to categorize these horns after the saxophones they look like: "DA" and "SDA," for the Buffet Dynaction and SuperDynaction (respectively) and R. Malerne instruments. The only name I've found that could be considered a model name is "Mogar."
B Massara Asti
Borgani
Borgani
Borgani has a beautiful website with a variety of galleries (including manufacturing process pics) at http://www.borgani.eu.

D Rancilio
D Rancilio
Dante Rancilio, Milan. This is one of the many manufacturers that didn't survive WWII. There's a nice write-up here and you can find some of the source info here (PDF).
Desidera
Ferdinand Roth
Ida Maria Grassi
Ida Maria Grassi (!)
(Pete) For way more info, head on down to Cafe Saxophone.