Re: Conn Chu-berry??
Judging from the serial number Jessica it is a later model "Chu Berry" actually a New Wonder Series II. These saxophones were made between 1925 and 1932. Your serial number indicates 1932. 1932 is the beginning of the transitional period between the New Wonder series II horns and the M series 10M (tenor). The M series came out in 1934. Your sax might have a unique engraving or features and keywork found on the later M series horns.
It's interesting that yours is lacquered brass. Most of these horns were silver plated for a few more years. Lacquered brass was a pretty new thing. What is the engraving on the bell? Are you sure the brass is lacquered and not gold plated?
What you have here is quite a treasure. I'd like to see some pictures to give you a more accurate quote, but like Definition said, it's worth at least $1200 and probably closer to $1500. Restored and made playable, it could easily be worth $2500, and if it happens to have one of the more elaborate engravings, it could be worth $3000 or more.