Looks like a sweet one to me. Liberty trumpets usually bring a good price even without the silver bell. I've seen the silver bell models go for near twice that ask. And this is the best era to have, in my opinion. I have a King Master cornet with similar engraving and brace details and the valves are so slippery it is effortless. I think it is the same valve cluster and top spring mechanism on the Liberty. And while the photos do not show it well, I do think this model has the diamond faceted bell rim, which is one of the most beautiful and subtle details on any vintage trumpet. Most trumpets from that era have robust bell rims (the vocabell Conn being the noted exception) but the King faceted rim is the most elegant of bell rims. It looks particularly sweet with the gold wash and reflects in a completely different way than the rounded rims of the previous Liberty models. Add that to the art deco engravings and to me these are the most desirable of the silver bell King trumpets.