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Selmer Bundy Flute Serial Number


Selmer Bundy Flute Serial Number




If you have a Selmer Bundy flute, you might be wondering how old it is and what its history is. The serial number on your flute can help you find out some information about its origin and manufacture date. In this article, we will explain how to read the serial number on your Selmer Bundy flute and what it means.


What is Selmer Bundy?




Selmer Bundy is a brand name of flutes that were produced by the Selmer Company, an American-based music company with European roots. The Selmer Company was founded in 1885 by Henri Selmer, a French clarinetist and instrument maker. The company expanded to the United States in 1904, when Henri's brother Alexandre Selmer opened a shop in New York City. The company became known for its high-quality woodwind instruments, especially saxophones and clarinets.


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In 1963, the Selmer Company acquired the Buescher Band Instrument Company, which was another American manufacturer of brass and woodwind instruments. The Buescher Company had been founded in 1894 by Ferdinand August Buescher, a former employee of C.G. Conn. The Buescher Company had a line of student-level instruments called Bundy, named after one of its designers, George Bundy. The Selmer Company continued to produce these instruments under the name Selmer Bundy, as well as other brands such as Aristocrat and Signet.


How to read the serial number on your Selmer Bundy flute?




The serial number on your Selmer Bundy flute can be found on the body or the headjoint of the instrument, usually near the logo or the maker's mark. The serial number consists of a series of numbers, sometimes preceded by a letter or letters. The letter or letters indicate the model or series of the instrument, while the numbers indicate the year and order of manufacture.


The following table shows some examples of serial numbers and their meanings for different models and series of Selmer Bundy flutes :




Serial Number


Model/Series


Year Manufactured




L4300


Selmer Clarinet


1934




M8000


Selmer Clarinet


1946




N8100


Selmer Clarinet


1951




P1200


Selmer Clarinet


1952




R6100


Selmer Clarinet


1959




T1400


Selmer Clarinet


1963





75629


Bundy Flute (Made by Selmer)


1938-1939*






381000



Bundy Flute (Made by Buescher)



1963





785000



Bundy II Flute



1980




As you can see, the serial number on your Selmer Bundy flute can tell you a lot about its history and age. However, it is important to note that the serial number is not the only factor that determines the value and quality of your instrument. Other factors such as the condition, maintenance, and playability of your flute also affect its worth and performance. Therefore, if you want to appraise your Selmer Bundy flute, you should consult a professional instrument dealer or repairer who can evaluate your flute in person.


Conclusion




In this article, we have explained how to read the serial number on your Selmer Bundy flute and what it means. We have also provided some examples of serial numbers and their meanings for different models and series of Selmer Bundy flutes. We hope that this article has been helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.


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