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Can you help me ID the mouthpiece on the left in both photos? It is very similar to the 1920s vintage Buescher on the right. It has no markings. Its only distinctive markings are two pairs of rings enscribed on the body. The shank ring is somewhat smaller in diameter and somewhat thinner (though this doesn't really show up in the photos) than on the Buescher and in the second photo you can see that the window seems a little smaller as well. I've seen a variety of markings of Buescher mouthpieces of this era, and there's a variant I've seen that looks very much like a Buescher that has only a facing number beside the table. This one looks slightly different than any Buescher or any other mouthpiece for that matter.

Thanks for any assistance!



 
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