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Two new toys...a Besson New Standard 3v compensating and a B&H 3v compensating

I've being purchasing some instruments from eBay auctions. Mainly because I want a "economic" 3v compensated for marching. I don't like my Adams marching on the street. During the process I discovered and I really love this kind of euphoniums. The design is very nice for me, so...now I have three... The first one is going to require hard work to recover it, but the last two ones, are really in a good conditions.
Can someone tell me a little more? The B&H is from 1937 (aprox), but the Besson one, in theory, is older than 1900...and I don't believe so. The serial number must be wrong (it seems to be a 20/30 years old euph).
Any advise will be appreciated!
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