1942 Martin 'Centennial' Tenor

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1942 Martin 'Centennial' Tenor

2,900.00

Original lacquer

Only a handful made, the ‘centennial’ models are considered the rarest of the Martin saxophones. These were a tribute to Adolphe Sax’s original patent filing for the saxophone in 1842 and were produced just before America entered WWII.

Recently overhauled

Bell lip pull down and some neck pull down but both have been professionally repaired by BSS

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