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I have a Dukoff D7 Power Chamber tenor piece. This is not a current version piece but I have no idea when it was produced. It is not a "SILVERITE" piece but I don't know what the material is. The shank on this is longer than the current production, the body shorter, the beak is also longer, there is only Dukoff on the shank (no Miami or name of the piece).
Does anybody have any idea what this is and when it's from. I think I've had this for more than 20 years and it came with my first VI. But I could be misremembering. Anyway, any input would be very appreciated.
 

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i think you have to figure if it says D7 and super power chamber it ws made in the early 70s (my experience is very limited in this). It might be plated silverite ? or plated brass ?
 

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Gary,
It only says Dukoff. It isn't like any other I've seen. Anyway, yes, it's brass but I still am perplexed. I don't think it's plated. At least, it isn't like other Dukoff's I've seen with plating over Silverite. I'll post some photos tomorrow.
Thanks!
 
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