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Is it a Selmer Soloist (D size, in this case)? Any particular model?

Any idea of its current market value?

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I havnt seen any soloists with the D on the table like that?! It's definitely a soloist tho and it not a modern one I don't think.
No, not modern for sure. I have owned this piece for ages.
 

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Hi,
This is an Airflow model. This is the version they made after they stopped using the word Airflow on the table, and put a letter denomination in the oval on the table.

These are worth very good money so don't sell this cheap.
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+1 to what 10mfan and KMR said - this style was made in the late 40's to mid 50's until the Soloists came out, so it would have been the mouthpiece that came with the SBA and maybe with some early MK VIs.

Is it a soprano piece? I have a 60's Soloist-Style soprano E, which has the E on the back, not the table - before that I had a C* of the same type which I believe I sold for ~$350 around 5 years ago or so.
Thank you for your input. Yes, it's a soprano piece.
 
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