Re: Wurlitzer Tenor Sax
Well, there is an entire saxophone family.
Here is a pretty good one
Voicings from your horns timeframe is
Soprano in Bflat
Soprano in C
Alto in Eflat
C melody Tenor in C
B Flat Tenor in B flat
Baritone in Eflat
Bass in E flat.
So which you got? You have no idea.
Then Wurlitzer waas made by a few makers.
Was it Martin
Was it Buescher
Was it Holton
Was it Conn
So which you got? You have no idea
Then the older models often had bad keywork and soldered on tone holes.
The newer versions had a front F.
So what you got? No Idea.
That is the reality. Its like asking what an old car is worth and giving no specifics.
Here is my overal answer. Your Wurlitzer is probably made by Martin. It would have nice beveled tone holes that extend in a curved fashion to the pad seal area opposed to being just straight. It probably is an older model based on the serial number. It is probably a C melody, which is no longer used much, or a tenor in bflat as you mentioned. Probably silver plated with a gold wash in the bell.
It is worth a few hundred dollars at most As Is. It will cost 600 or more to get it playing. Then it would be worth maybe 575 bucks. Also, we have not covered its actual condition.
Pictures would help you get a more definite answer.