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As far as age goes, the Selmer Paris saxophones have a different serial number chart than Selmer USA like you have. You can search eBay SOLD listings to get an idea of value on an AS-100 in similar shape to yours.
HiI have a silver plate selmer with two numbers. One on the bell (No 14234) and one on lower body (6424 C)Which is the serial number and what is this horn please ?Thanks for info and helpRegardsEd
I just picked up a Series III, serial number 645147. The previous owner says it was bought new in 2013/14, but what I found says 2003/04. Looed at the neck but could not find any numbers. Only on the bottom of bell. Is this standard?
They were all made in France (and have French-assigned serial numbers), but about half of them were then assembled in the USA and have different lacquer and engraving. You can use the same serial chart for any Selmer Paris saxophone.
Powell Flutes. Serial Number Lookup. Enter the serial number below to view specific information pertaining to your flute. For insurance appraisal inquiries, please email email@example.com. Please include your current mailing address in your message. One used Selmer Signet Flute with a sterling tube, and one new double case. The piccolo and flute are both in good condition. The piccolo serial number is 3707 and dates to 1965. The pads appear to be original. There are signs of wear and scratches from normal usage. The flute serial number is 14890. The pads appear to be original. Sep 15, 2017 The Selmer-Bundy Co. Was an American-based music company with European roots. The history of the company's flutes combines Old World craftsmanship with American ingenuity. The Selmer family were first-class clarinetists and clarinet makers whose company introduced its first flute in the 1920s. Nov 15, 2008 The serial is 1099xx. I don't see a model number anywhere. The only Selmer serial number chart I could find on the Conn/Selmer/Bundy site was for saxophones. This is just out of curiousity. I'm not expecting it to be valuable. Casual web surfing confirmed what I suspected: that it's an intro-student-level instrument that may be utter crap, may.
We have limited records available to us and we do our best to provide as accurate information as we have. Unfortunately our serial numbering system and records were not set up for ease in locating this information.
We currently manufacture or distribute several brands of wind instruments. Each one of these lines has numerous models of instruments and unfortunately in some cases each model has its own series of serial numbers. These series of numbers have not been maintained in separate lists but are recorded together in our sales records that begin in 1964. It can take a considerable amount of time to locate a particular serial number if we do not have any idea of the model or when it was originally sold.
Individuals reselling used instruments should be responsible for supplying details of the original purchase ie: warranty registration documents or sales receipt information which would confirm the model and serial number of the instrument and the date it was originally purchased. 2b1af7f3a8