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I am pretty sure that that is the LL model.
 

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Look closely at the logo at the top of the upper joint - can't see it in your photos.
 

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It has the double L symbol
 

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You've better eyes (or a bigger monitor) than mine. If it's got the double L, then we're done here.
 

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I have very thick coke bottles.
 

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If you are not sure what the LL symbol is - if you look at the last of your 4 photos, you will see the Leblanc logo, as seen on the bell, but above that there is a bell like logo. You can just see the corner of it in the light reflection.

This bell like logo is made up of two Ls with the second turned round and styalised to the effect that you see.

This makes your Leblanc an LL model, and a good clarinet at that.
 

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so the technical name is leblanc ll clarinet ? or is there a number i should look for too ? sorry ok im new
 

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so the technical name is leblanc ll clarinet ? or is there a number i should look for too ? sorry ok im new
The LL may just be a nickname given to it because of the engraving, I'm not sure. The model # is 1176.

I have one of these, made in 1967. They're fine clarinets, top of the line in their day.
 

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