Most keys move freely, the snap in pads are in fair condition and should be replaced soon for good playing condition or overhauled for optimal performance. This tenor saxophone has the raised Buescher 400 logo, elaborate Top Hat and Cane bell engraving, a bell tone ring and an under-slung octave key on the neck. The neck doesn't show signs of pull down, but the neck brace appears to have been re-soldered at some point in time. There are no major dents present and the minor dents don't affect play-ability. This tenor saxophone has scratches throughout and minor lacquer wear, with approximately 95% of lacquer intact(possibly not original).The serial number is in the lower 321,4xx range, which dates manufacture to approximately 1950. Included is a somewhat used and worn Buescher wood shell tenor saxophone case, with one working case latch and one needs a new spring(both latches catch). The pictures provided are considered as part of the description.