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My BA alto (1936) is like that, the E and D keys are locked together.
It's not meant for any alternate fingering, it's simply the key stopper (is that the right term?) that's in front instead of being behind the keys.
 

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I'm juggling with the idea of having this modified on my BA alto.

I'm limited in my choice of fingerings for altissimo G and I can't play the F# multiphonic....
 
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