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English: Silver-plated 'Selmer Pennsylvania Special' alto Saxophone, a "stencil" sax made by Julius Keilwerth in Czechoslovakia, circa 1930s. It has rolled tone-holes, like a pre-1947 Conn saxophone.
Date 30 April 2010
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