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Doesn't really work for me though. C*.
Kinda got lucky with a Zephyr (242XXX) tenor. The case contained a Dukoff Hollywood, an Otto Link Reso chamber, Brilhart Ebolin, the soloist, Conn Comet, King Equa-true.
And the zephyr is very nice, couple of trivial dents and lacquer is 99%.
Have an idea what the soloist is worth?
 

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I give you five dolla!
 

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O K you tweest my arm. Seeks dolla!

I sold a perfect long shank D for $175 a few years ago. The short shank is more desirable.
 

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I'll give $5 and a dirty sock.

If you don't mind me asking, how much did that goody bag cost you?
 

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What tip is it? Looks nice and these are worth a bit if they are the more open facings, E or larger. I have a really nice C* for Tenor and am looking for one for Alto. I agree that they are the best of the Selmer scroll shanks. I think the shorties stopped around 1965.
 

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I had stock short shank and scrolled shank Selmer alto mouthpieces, and I finally sold them. They are nice but not something I want to keep and play for long term. Recently I played a refaced Selmer Air-flow which was awesome - responsive, direct, mellow......Just that it's tip opening is bit too big (0.08") so I did not offer to buy it.
 
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