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I have a CONN Eagle Trade Mark mouthpiece for either tenor or C melody.
But I don't know for sure which one it is.
Is there any way I can tell for sure whether it is a C melody or Tenor piece?
All of the markings have just about worn off, but I can just make out the eagle design and the words trade mark.
It has a metal ring around the shank.
Seems to fit on tenor neck cork but is tighter than my other hard rubber pieces.
Is there any value to these pieces?
Thanks.
 

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I believe that if the window facing length (tip of mouthpiece to bottom end of U) is 1 1/2" it is for a c-mel. If it is 1 3/4" it is for a tenor. The value is in the eye of the beholder...and there are not many people want to behold these mouthpieces...
 
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