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This is, as I suppose, a rare (and probably valuable) mouthpiece that I have just acquired together with a 1955 SML rev.D and it was, in all probability, its original mouthpiece.

The Mouthpiece, like the horn, hadn't been played for many years and would definitely need some work done to it. I have played it though and , although not very open, it has a nice round mellow sound.
The baffle is low and the walls are somewhat scooped the chamber is large and round.

I am interested to know if someone has knowledge of these mouthpieces and of their value since I will be offering this for sale in the appropriate channels on this forum and elsewhere.
These are the pictures of mouthpiece, ligature and cap the pictures are large and what you see are just two thumbnails, click on them several times to expand to 2000px wide pictures.


 

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Re: Robert Malerne Paris III tenor MPC

It's a Lelandais Super Jazz. I had one. They're really nice.
 

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Re: Robert Malerne Paris III tenor MPC

Thank you Maarten, I have integrated this information in the title , I thought it could have been made by Lelandais since they made lots of French mouthpieces
 
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