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I have a Selmer tenor sax mouthpiece that I purchased about 15 years ago used at the time. There is no marking on it other than the engraced logo but I would guess it is an E or F. It has scrollwork on the shank but has a selmer logo I have never seen before. It has Selmer written diaganolly across a crest and says Paris (no mention of Henri) Any ideas on age, collectibility and value. I'm not sure I'd quit playing it anyways but I'm curious.
 

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Thanks, I looked up some pix and you are probably right. I don't know much about vintage Selmer mouthpieces although I've always played one. MY alto is a soloist but it is engraved on the table. I didn't realize the early ones weren't marked. It's frustrating that the facing isn't stamped on it either.
 

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Can you post a picture?
 

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It's not an early one, it's a late one. Generally referred to as post-soloist scrollshanks.
 
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