Only the alto (and at least a couple tenors) had an actual new large bore. Other pitches are listed here just because of the serial/date range.

I created a sortable and searchable lists of about 75 altos and tenors, from the Modele 28 through the Jimmy Dorsey and Selmer Super Series horns.
I also wrote some commentary about these horns on the Woodwind Forum. Check it out!

Bb Bass 10170 (1929)
Bb Bass 10170 (1929)
Silver Plate
Bb Tenor 12790
Bb Tenor 12790
(Pete) I'm not 100% if the NLB was available in bare brass.
Sunday 6 September 2015
Bb Tenor 13168
Bb Tenor 13168
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New Largebore Finish Silver Pitch Bb Tenor Keyed Range Low Bb to altissimo F Serial 13168 Bell Keys Left Year 1930 Tone Holes Drawn; straight Source Link GetASax.com Octave Key Over

 

For sale as of May 8, 2016! Go buy it!

For the player who wants the 10/10 early Selmer tenor, this is a basically mint vintage Selmer tenor. It is 100% original silver plate, which is amazingly nice-looking. It also includes a Hiscox case and a fresh, Matt Stohrer overhaul (Matt has a 2-year wait for overhauls.)

These New Large Bore / Super tenors have a huge, wide, medium dark tone that is bigger than any modern or later Selmer, and it is a sound that deserves to make a comeback today. I had some good players in the shop right when this horn was overhauled, and they both said it was the best Selmer they had ever played. It plays wider and more “Conn-like” than other Selmers, but it still is recognizably a Selmer, and the keywork feels familiar under the fingers for Selmer players, though the left hand pinky keys take a couple of weeks to get used to.

These horns are often called ‘cigar cutters’ but there are nearly no tenors with actual ‘cigar cutter’-like octave mechanism. Nevertheless, in my view, pretty much all the tenors from around 13xxx-17xxx play pretty similarly, though you start to see incremental changes in the details of keywork, neck receiver style, and logo stamping.

This beautiful horn was recently totally overhauled by Matt Stohrer, who is one of the best saxophone repairmen I know. Everything about it is just as nice as can be. No dents, no resolders, all mechanical work is done, all new pads, corks, and felts. There were a couple of very small dings removed in the overhaul. The overhaul includes a $120 set of reusable slightly-domed brass resonators. The setup is very nice, with even spring tension across the horn, and Matt’s excellent pad work feels “dry” and snappy under the fingers.

As a player, this horn is also just great. Big, dark, room-filling, flexible and just all around fun to play. It tunes nicely, and works well with a range of mouthpieces. This horn will satisfy even a picky player looking for something truly great. And it includes a $379 Hiscox case (or a BAM if you want to swap it).

There is most definitely only one of these available. Get it before it’s gone!

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Eb Alto 11909
Eb Alto 12119 (1930)
Eb Alto 12119 (1930)
Make: Selmer Model: New Largebore Finish: Silver From piotechsax @ eBay Click for Photobucket Album
Friday 13 January 2012
Eb Alto 12127
Eb Alto 12127

From 10cel on ebay.
Nickel plate