These are very rare stencils of the Julius Keilwerth top of the line Toneking Exclusiv saxophone marketed in Europe at the time. They closely resemble the very famous Couf Superba I alto saxophones that were sold by Herb Couf of Royal Oak, Michigan in the late 70s and early 80s, but have some significant keywork improvements (pivoting spatula and Selmer-like octave key) and, of course, the famous "Naked Lady" engraving.
Like most of the flagship saxophones made by Keilwerth, these included:
This one has been well-played but is in excellent shape, virtually dent and ding free. It originally was gold plate with lacquered keys. Much of the gold plate is worn away and I have hand-polished away the remnants of the underlying silver flash. Most of the lacquer remains on the keys. It has had a complete overhaul within the last year...all keywork snugged up, with Precision firm pads, and large, rivetless domed stainless steel resonators. It is in perfect condition. It will be delivered in a very nice original case that has a plush cover for the horn that is integral. These horns don't fit in most cases because of the oversized nature and this beautiful original case is a bonus. There is one tear on the top...the top is upholstered with foam and covering...the covering has become brittle. I was told that it would be easy to cut this out and glue a piece of fabric in, but I will leave that to the next owner...I am a sax repairman and not an upholstery expert. Otherwise, the case is very classy and beautiful.