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They are clarinet mouthpieces from Leblanc, one of the most famous brands of clarinets .

They are nothing special , they are rather plentiful and not exceedigly sought after. In any woodwind shops there will be lots of them resting in peace ( or pieces) in a drawer where they probably will be forever with very little chance to ever awake any interest.

They are probably of the ’60. Vito Pascucci was the owner of the brand at some point. This will probably be made after he acquired the company in 1946. I wouldn’t attribute particular significance to the term “ Paris “ .
 
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