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So as I said yesterday my mom was very nice to me as usual and bought a Clarinet for me at an estate sale while the band was riding buses to a football game- a 1936 Conn 444N, I already made a topic on that.
But it also came with a Wm. Lewerenz, St. Louis Clarinet mouthpiece, made of marbled red and black HR.
Anyone know anything about it?
It's not like this one, it's French styled, it doesn't have the rings for a string ligature: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Wm-F...-/232006070672

While it may not be relevant, he holds this patent: https://www.google.com/patents/US1401159
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I still haven't found any more useful information on this, but it plays like a better version of the 5RV I used to use.
Also-interestingly, the window in the table is curved at the bottom, rather than a straight line at the bottom, so like a sax mpc instead of a clar one.
It's also marked with SPECIAL running down the length of the mouthpiece, I forgot to mention that earlier.
 
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