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Heyo, pretty much asking for the tittle. I've done some research and I think its a selmer classic metal mouthpiece, but the mouthpiece I have has a P and I was unable to find it online at all. Just wondering if and of you would happen to give me some info on the mouthpiece. Thanks lots
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Looks like a 50s-era Selmer. The letter stamped on the back would be the tip opening, although the charts I can find for alto only go up to G (~.095).
 

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It is a Selmer Classic Metal D mouthpiece. This one looks like it is for alto sax, judgung by the size.
It's a beautiful mouthpiece for both jazz and classical retoire.
 
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