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Vintage Vincent Bach Silver Plated Mouthpiece 17c1 - Trumpet Trombone Clarinet on 2040-motos

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Wakefield, Rhode Island, United States

Wakefield, Rhode Island, United States
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Vintage Vincent Bach Co., New York silver plated mouthpiece, size 17C1.  It is 2 3/4" long and 1 1/8" diameter.  Some wear and scratches.

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