No.227710 (silver-plated) (made 1927).
Supplied in an old leather bag that is nevertheless still intact and with
Buescher True-Tone is darker than Conn. It is possibly the darkest Saxophone
ever made. It is reputed to be the nearest to Adolphe Sax’s own model.
It is recommended for vintage 1920s Jazz. Some old-school American Classical
players used them.
But you can also put a bright mouthpiece on blow loud and get a good result
for Bright Jazz which is unusual for a dark Saxophone.
Tuning is different from Mark 6. A Mark 6 player will blow the top notes
very sharp on Buescher.