Two new listings have me scratching my head - wondering if anyone here can shed some light.  http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7372821501 Claims serial number 62280, which would make it an early 1960s horn, probably RMC era (1961-1963). However, the bell engraving is consistent with horns made before 1946. The valve casings appear to be one piece rather than the two-piece brass/nickel or brass/copper casings I've seen on every other Contempora. More confusing is the body itself. The wrap style is unlike any Contempora or even King Master; the tubing from the leadpipe is underslung like a Contempora but instead of entering the third valve on the performer's left side, wraps around the front of the valve section and enters on the front right. Speculation might be that someone's taken an old Contempora bell and stuck it on a different body; anyone familiar with what body this might actually be?  http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7372981818 The "Dizzy Gillespie" Contempora... everything about this one seems wrong. It looks like an Olds Ambassador body circa '66, the engraving pattern is unlike any other Reynolds horn, no tone ring on the bell... I'm thinking someone "tweaked" their Ambassador and had some custom engraving done... or it could be legit. UPDATE: serial no. 61851, so probably also a RMC-era horn.