Selmer (Paris) Mark VII #295744  
The Mark 7 got a bad rap when it was released in the early '70's.  The Mark 6 was a tough act to follow.  Time has softened the
blow, however.   The 7's are very nice professional saxophones.   The horn feels "bigger" in the hands, due to larger plateau
and pinky keys, something  that has become standard in most saxophones today.  You really should not rule these horns out
if you are looking for a professional vintage alto at a resonable price.                                                       
This Selmer Mark VII alto is
what we call "cosmetically
challenged"....
It has a lot of lacquer wear
and shows a lot of mileage.  
This is not necessarily a
bad thing.  Horns that play
well get played a lot.  We
have gone over this
saxophone from top to
bottom in our shop.  It plays
great!