I know we covered Selmer basses about a year and a half ago, but I came upon an opportunity to purchase one at a very good price and I'd like to arm myself with some knowledge. The bass in question is fully carved, has a Selmer label, and the seller estimates that it was made in the late 1920s-early 1930s (she's owned the bass since 1934). Anyone have any idea who was making basses for Selmer in during this time period? Any luthiers come across any basses similar to the one described? I haven't seen the bass yet. Its at the local luthier's -- he's selling it on consignment and says it needs some work: a crack in the top, a couple of open seams, new bridge, but the neck is solid. He believes that it is German made. I'll try to snap some pics when I go to see it next week. Thanks.