Re: 1957 buffet crampon tenor sax
At the time it was done we were told it would not affect the overall value. Since then I've seen conflicting info about it. some obviously says it brings down the value but I've seen some that says as long as it is done right as close to the original as possible and does not change anything like the etching is does not affect the value. I know the Dukoff goes for 350-750 bucks. the Beechler is valued around 500. The case i've got is actually a selmer case. Brown leather with a zipper enclosure and is in remarkably excellent shape. It even has a spot to put a flute.