Additional Information: Please note, the serial number is extremely difficult to read and the 3 is the hardest number to read. If it is an 8 instead of a 3 it would be a Mark VI neck instead of a Super Balanced Action.
Neck Condition: The overall physical condition of this used instrument is good. Please note there is no octave key or saddle and at the point where the saddle would be attached you can see the dents and broken metal.
The Finish: It has almost no lacquered finish remaining.
Player Wear: Medium to heavy general wear (visible lacquer or surface scratches and/or evidence of dent removal/repair).
Tenon Condition: Very light general wear (minor if any surface imperfections).
Cork Condition: There is no cork on the neck.
Pad Condition: There is no pad as there is no octave key or saddle on the neck.
The Mouthpiece: No mouthpiece, ligature, or accessories are included.
Engraving: H. Selmer Paris
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