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First of all, determine what playability and appearance it has. This will determine the price you can ask. If you don't play yourself have someone else who does check it over. Blow any dust off the instrument. Vacuumn the case. Include accessories such as at least one good reed. The mouthpiece, ligature and cap plus the gooseneck are all considered to be parts of the instrument. Have a look at websites such as sax on the web. Check Ebay for what they have listed for Buescher baritone saxes. That will help you determine an asking price. Check with your local school bands for a purchaser. Advertise for free in a listing such as Kijiji. Good luck on finding a new home for the sax.
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