No problem!Both of the horns are the Antonelli & Borghi (ANBORG) creations from Como, Italy. I've had probably a dozen of them before, solid, smallish, durable...mechanical linkages (the old style from stamped pieces)...great for junior high kids with smallish bodies for a double. Good way to get used to double horn fingering/transposition on the cheap. I'll have these cleaned up, playing soundly, maybe looking decent (not very dented for used student horns) and sell with case sans mouthpiece for about $450. Ten years ago I used one of these on my horn comeback trail until I bought a nice full double. Did just fine.
I'll take some comparative pics of my first Martin-Indiana and tbis new one. Right now, he's naked and taking a very much needed bath. He one one foul in-the-saddle-too-many-days green funk smell happening. His case is going to say in the corral for now..if that's ok.