Bb Tenor  2130 (1975)
Bb Tenor 2130 (1975)
Make: B&S
Finish: Silver Plate
From wadim4251 @ www.ebay.com
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Bb Tenor 2376
Bb Tenor 2376
This horn was sold as "New, Old Stock" (NOS) in 2016.
Bb Tenor 3661 (Custom)
Bb Tenor 3661 (Custom)
From silver-sax on ebay.

Customized by the seller: gold keywork, additional pearls, engraving.
"Nenibredni" on the neck is in reference to Inderbinen, a manufacturer of some very good and very expensive saxophones.
Again, that's just custom engraving. Inderbinen has debunked that.
"Ahnenerbe," engraved on the bell, is likely there to make you thing of the Nazi think tank of the same name.

For what it's worth, while the addition of the red herrings, above, are a little annoying, I do think this is a very pretty saxophone.
Bb Tenor 3876
Bb Tenor 3876
Make: B&S
Model: Blue Label
Finish: Silver Plate
s/n: 3876
From http://archiwumallegro.com.pl
Tuesday 29 May 2012
Bb Tenor 4376
Bb Tenor 4376
worldhorn at eBay
Tuesday 9 July 2013
Bb Tenor 54xx (1975?)
Bb Tenor 54xx (1975?)
Make: B&S
Model: Blue Label
Finish: Silver Plate
s/n: 54xx (ca. 1975)
From http://www.cybersax.com



Original ad text:

Beautiful German built instrument of the highest quality. For great modern saxes it's a toss up among Selmer, Keilwerth, Yanagisawa, and you guessed it -- B&S. These people made the fine early Dave Guardala saxes, which should tell a saxophile all they need to know. This one is super slick bright silver plate that's very near perfect. Be sure to see all the pix to get the best feel for the beauty & quality of this marvelous modern tenor saxophone.

The instrument has a slick feel & incredible, full vintage sound. Note the bell profile in the photo spread. This sax may not have a bell lip as wide as a 400 'Top Hat' or SML 'Gold Medal', but it has a huge bore, designed for the superb rich & deep, classic tenor sound we all (speaking for us congenital tenor players) relish. One of the design facets that I appreciate most about these B&S saxophones -- and a primary reason for their silky action -- is that they are fitted with oversized rods inside the hollowed key ferrules. If you know what riding in a luxury car equipped with oversized, premium tires is like, you can draw the analogy to just how smooth and fluid is the feel of playing a B&S saxophone. I could rave on about features of these fine instruments -- heavy sheet & stock brass parts, super thick, finely finished silver plate, perfectly blended ergonomic & cosmetic attributes -- but to sum it up, B&S did as good a job imaginable of keeping the features that make a Mark VI Selmer such an immortal classic, while taking a wide range of the possible improvements to the higher level.

All the B&S saxophones are quite rare & hard to find. When you do encounter one be sure to play it so you can understand why we value them so highly here at CS -- where we can play a virtually perfect example of any instrument from the world's great saxophone litany anytime we want to dig into our stacks. This is an instrument well suited to a pro or very serious developing player, but of course old duffers like me will enjoy it, too. Plays perfectly, Nice original case, no mouthpiece.