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This is a Selmer Paris Mark VI Silver Plated Alto Sax. It was made in Paris, France in 1970 ...
1972 Selmer Mark VI Alto Saxophone with lightweight poly foam case. Serial # M 196442. Made in Pa ...
Selmer Paris Mark VI professional alto saxophone. This amazing 1974 Selmer Mark VI saxophone ...
Mark VI alto, dating 1964. This can be considered a "low bow" alto. A majority or ...
This is a Selmer Paris Mark VI professional alto saxophone with original lacquer, in excell ...
This is a Selmer Super Action Eb Alto Saxophone. It was made in Paris, France in 1952.  ...
This is a real player's horn from 1973. The sax has been looked over by a technician fo ...
This great playing Pro horn comes with its original case. It has nice action with a smooth feel. ...
Selmer Series III Alto Saxophone, clear lacquered with engraving. All original and in good playin ...
This is a Selmer Super Action 80 series I alto sax. This horn's serial number is 345XXX dating ba ...
Selmer Series III Alto Saxophone, clear lacquered with engraving. This is Selmer's latest reincar ...
Here's a very rare and desirable RADIO IMPROVED alto. Relatively few of these were made, and they ...
Own a piece of Selmer Paris history!! This alto dates to 1923, and is in solid shape. It looks li ...
This instrument is in good condition ready for the student.
This Selmer AS-500 alto saxophone is in great condition. Beginning musicians and their teachers w ...
This Selmer AS-500 is a very clean horn and there is hardly any cosmetic flaws to mention, just s ...
This Selmer Prelude alto sax is in very good condition. All pads and corke are still very ne ...
This saxophone is in great shape. The pads are in very good condition with plenty of life l ...
This Selmer AS-500 alto saxophone is in very good condition. There are some minor scratches and w ...
Selmer student model saxophones are considered the best bang for the buck by most band directors ...