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by Tortuga12
(4 posts)
6 years ago

Value of an old mouthpiece

I have an old Dukoff "Dukoff" Model tenor sax mouthpiece, with the original ligature, cap, and bitepiece. Looks like it's a 6*, and on the bottom of the shank is what I think is a serial #, "T646". Can anyone hazard a guess as to it's value? I'm in the process of updating my insurance, and I would like to add this and the horn to a policy, but I want to make sure I don't get shorted on the value. (Horn is a Conn tranny).

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  1. by soundlink7
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    6 years ago

    Re: Value of an old mouthpiece

    This sounds like an old '45 Dukoff script sometimes called a "stubby" which are excellent pieces. Check Theo Wanne's site for more information. These usually go for around $750.

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