1953 Conn "The Naked Lady" range

by Elvis
(South Africa)

Hi, I enquired about my saxophone some time ago re; the prices but my question here is if I do not play very often on my saxophone will it rust bearing in mind it is a 1953 model.The original silver on the outer layer is visibly well used with the gold undercoat showing. What should I do to preserve it as it is in it's original state.
Thanking you for wonderfull reading

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Feb 07, 2010
Mr.Murray Middleman's reply
by: Elvis Cape Town S.A

Hi Mr Middleman as you've replied and I supplied information you requested I'm eagerly awaiting you response to my reply.I sent my reply to gvt_mm@sbcglobal.net . Hope the address is correct
P.S Mantius please help if you can,,Desperate Elvis

Dec 16, 2011
will naked lady rust
by: jerry

your naked lady will not rust. saxophones are made of copper and zinc. this is called an alloy. a 36% zinc mix is woykable, that is it can be formed without breaking. if you have a naked lady in good condition or good restorable condition it is no doubt worth quite a bit. check the value with some one you trust prior to selling it. jerry

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