Re: How to price Selmer Bundy saxophone
The simple ball park answer is, "That is a student line instrument from the 1970s and it is worth about 400 to 600 bucks depending on the condition."
The TMI answer is, Selmer bought out the Buescher corporation and converted their instrument to the Bundy. The Buescher True Tone was made since around 1920. So, the Bundy is a stripped down cheaper version of that instrument. Keep in mind, Sonny Rollins, in his mid career, played on a Bundy Tenor, and made some legendary music on it.
In todays market, the George Bundy hard rubber mouthpiece that came with that horn are somewhat desireable and in demand. Seasoned musicians send them out to guys that will change the opening design, making it a wonderful one of a kind mouthpiece.
I hope this helps.