Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Rapier, Aug 18, 2005.
Is there a way to find out how old my Sovereign tenor horn is from the serial number?
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you can look it up on the serial number thing on the besson website, although it hardly ever actually works! heres the link http://www.besson.com/SerialNumber.asp
When the automated version doesn't work (I was told they'd lost lots of the data from the web engine!), you can drop customer services @ Besson an email and they look it up on the origian (paper!) copy of the information and mail you back promptly.
Your right. It doesn't work. If I enter just the serial number it says Not found. If I enter anything else I just get an erreor page. Thanks anyway.
I know there is a way of dating a Shilke Sop.. Using their website. Serial numbers between 10000 and 20000 (or something like) means it was made between 1980-90.
Mine is 17000 so I gues its around 1987ish.
I reacon that Besson will have a similar structure... just gotta find it!
Is it an old Besson/Boosey & Hawkes, or a newer one?
If an older one, I have a serial numbers listing somewhere and it might be on there - if more recent, best of luck with Besson
It's a newish? Besson Sovereign Tenor Horn.
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