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Rare saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces for sale

This is not a shop. It is a garage sale in cyberspace.
I am clearing out what I have accumulated over the years.
New items are added occasionally, when I decide not to keep them.

For questions or pictures, telephone +45 twenty 85 twelve 31 or email: donotto"AT"oncable (dot) dk

A new legislation is valid from 25 May 2018 in the EU. In relation to that, I certify that I do not keep, nor store any personal data about people who contact me in connection with mouthpieces after our communication is completed.

Clarinet mouthpieces for sale Updated 30. April 2018
Alto mouthpieces for sale Updated 22. May 2018
Tenor mouthpieces for sale
Updated 22. May 2018
Soprano sax and Baritone sax mouthpieces for sale Updated 18. May 2018
Necks, ligatures, reeds etc. for sale

Updated 15. May 2018
About me (In Danish)
Mouthpiece repair and refacing in Malmö, Sweden by my friend István Gábor
NB: Tenor Saxophone, Silver plated Mk VI from 1957. Museum quality. Price idea 9.000 Euro
Contact for pictures: 
email: donotto"AT"oncable (dot) dk
Brilhart information
General introduction to the different Brilhart models can be found here. Some remarks about the "Made in England" models are listed separately.

Brilhart mouthpiece information spreadsheets. Info on 3500 mouthpieces with introductory remarks.

How old is my Brilhart?          An attempt to make a time line. Updated 3. April 2018

Brilhart used a different number system for tip openings than Otto Link
The intended tip openings of Brilhart mouthpieces can be found in this table, published by Arnold Brilhart around 1980 in connection with the introduction of his ARB mouthpiece line.
Comments
When is a HR Link an early Babbitt ?     Picture comparison of two old alto HR Links
Pictures of Brew Moore's tenor saxophone and mouthpiece
Frederick Stearns Wyman's dissertation from 1972 on "An acoustical study of alto saxophone mouthpiece chamber design"

Below are listed the names many of the mouthpieces that I have in my lists. Most of them are vintage and not available in shops. They are made of hard rubber (ebonite), metal or plastic. There are also some vintage clarinet mouthpieces. Klarinetten Mundstück. Bec clarinette
Beechler, Diamond, Berg Larsen,  Brilhart, Ebolin, Tonalin, Tonalite, Level-Air, ARB, Great Neck Original,  Charles Bay, Amati Classic, B&S, Claude Lakey, Vandoren, Vito, Wolfe Tayne, Yanagisawa, Arbex, Personaline, Streamline, Rico Royal Metalite, Magnitone, Couf Artist, Bob Ackerman, Meliphone, Woodwind Company, Martin, Jody Jazz, Drake, Guy Hawkins, Dukoff, Silverite, SPC, Hollywood, Dick Paladino, Toneking, Bari, Pomarico, Vandoren Blue Jumbo Java, Vandoren Blue Java, Phil Barone
Meyer, Otto Link, Tone Edge, STM, Super Tone Master, Tone Master, Riffault,  Mouthpiece Cafe, Runyon, Selmer, Soloist, Air Flow, Lelandais, Sonora, Bruno, Buescher, Blattschraube, rietbinder