Hohner serial number dating
Its got a nice neck, but the body is smaller than a proper Tele. this is definitely not the same quality of a Hohner that Prince had.
i put that in quotes because i can't recall exactly where these were made, but they're often advertised as Teisco guitars.
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Its likely that production of Adolphe Sax instruments ceased at the onset of WWII sometime after May of 1940.