My school has an old Oxford alto sax. It has OXFORD DISTRIBUTED BY BOOSEY & HAWKES CANADA on the bell + more stuff that I cannot remember. It's the first horn I played that has a lot of lacquer loss (50%-ish). My hands smelt weird after I played it. But that's not my point. My point is to find out what the horn is, to identify it. I can give a few descriptions: Nickel plated keys, bell brace similar to one of a SBA or Mark VI, not much engraving, no high F# LH spats look like that of an SBA, I dunno how to describe it much... Who has any ideas on this thing?