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This may just be paranoia as I have never heard of this happening, nor can I understand how it could happen.Ideally you should have a record of the serial number with your sales receipt and won your insurance details.) differences between the Conn saxophones from various periods. Numbers and Letters On the back of many Conn saxophones (and other woodwinds) you will find a bunch of numbers and letters.I myself am not a saxophone expert; for more information please see the Conn section of the Sax Pics website. The format varies somewhat depending on whether it is a New Wonder of Standard model.The main thing you learn from serial numbers is the age of the instrument of course.Although the dates in these charts are reasonably accurate, there may be some discrepancies for various reasons.For example, the record shows that all of the recorded Adolphe Sax instrument sales between 1940-1941 were from instruments already manufactued between 1931-36.There is a fairly detailed record of these instruments recorded in a log book in the Selmer archives in Paris up to 1936 through serial number ~1364. Instruments manufactured after 1936 range in serial number from ~1350-3600. By comparing early verses later instruments, it becomes clear that some Adolphe Sax Selmer saxophones were assembled from the old Adolphe Sax tooling and other were put togther using parts and tooling from the Selmer St.

What I will attempt to do on this page is give some explanation on the numbers and letters you see on Conn saxophones (and other woodwinds), shed some light on the names floating around for Conn saxophones from the different periods and I will give a table with some of the basic mechanical (!Serial Number Lists Conn Woodwind Serial Numbers These are the serial numbers for Conn woodwinds: reed mouthpiece instruments.This includes saxophones, clarinets, flutes, piccolos (yes, flutes and piccolos), oboes and bassoons.Logically, of course, something can only be called "transitional" from a historical perspective.These were either New Wonder models or "Standard" models.Conn Brass Serial Numbers, rev.1 These are the serial numbers for Conn brass: cup mouthpiece instruments.