Mouthpieces-Tenor metal (listed in alphabetical order)

BARONE
SOLD
Phil Barone, Vintage model
Says “Made with pride March 3, 2002…M022..U.S.A.” On back its also reads "Phil Barone New York, N.Y." 8*. Left Rail looks slightly uneven. It plays very well, though.
$350
BERG LARSEN
Berg Larsen “Very Vintage” Duck Bill Long Table model, 95/0/M
Modified personally by Theo Wanne in the late 1990’s into about a size #115. Good shape with no nicks or dings on tip or rails. Bite plate has marks on the right hand side. I used this personally as my exclusive mouthpiece for almost 4 years. Slant signature for the Berg Larsen Logo. Duck Bill Bergs have a very mild upward slope right behind the bite-plate. These are also often called 'Bullet Chamber' mouthpieces because of the V shaped drop off at the back of the baffle that looks like the tip of a bullet. They also have the vintage denim look machine marks on the table.
$850
Berg Larsen “Vintage” Duck Bill Long Table model, 90/0/M, (Probably from the 1960’s) (updated 4/29/2019)
Good shape with no nicks or dings on tip or rails. Bite plate has a big mark on the right hand side. Has the straight and not the Slant signature for the Berg Larsen Logo. Also, has a long table and long overall length, but not quite as long as the “Very Vintage” model listed above. So this is at the later end of the run of the “Vintage” Duck Bill Bergs. Duck Bill Bergs have a very mild upward slope right behind the bite-plate. These are also often called 'Bullet Chamber' mouthpieces because of the V shaped drop off at the back of the baffle that looks like the tip of a bullet. They also have the vintage denim look machine marks on the table.
From Theo Wanne’s Mouthpiece Museum-https://theowanne.com/knowledge/mouthpiece-museum/berg-larsen-mouthpieces/
“During the period of the ‘Duck Bill’ vintage Berg Larsen mouthpieces the factory moved, and all the tooling used to make them changed as well. The clearest way to delineate beween these two major phases in Berg Larsen history is to look at the machine marks left on the table by the machines used to make the facings. The older mouthpieces had a denim look to the table which was created by a stone grinding wheel. The later mouthpieces had arced machine marks going from side to side created by a milling machine.”
This Berg does have the Vertical “Denim” machining marks on the table, the latter ones have the Horizontal Denim marks.
With original Bronze old fashioned ligature and matching Bronze colored Cap, in good shape. Worth it! $450
Berg Larsen Vintage “Scoopbill” model, 105/2/M (1970’s?) (updated 4/29/2019)
“Bergs with a very pronounced upward scoop right behind the bite-plate are called ‘Scoop Bill’ Bergs. These all have a straight drop off at the back of the baffle. These did not change in design very much from the early 1950s through the 1980s. The only real change was the machinery used to make the facings during the above mentioned manufacturing plant change.” Unlike the Duckbill, this is the Scoopbill, which is latter in the chronology,
From Theo Wanne’s Mouthpiece Museum-https://theowanne.com/knowledge/mouthpiece-museum/berg-larsen-mouthpieces/
“During the period of the ‘Duck Bill’ vintage Berg Larsen mouthpieces the factory moved, and all the tooling used to make them changed as well. The clearest way to delineate beween these two major phases in Berg Larsen history is to look at the machine marks left on the table by the machines used to make the facings. The older mouthpieces had a denim look to the table which was created by a stone grinding wheel. The later mouthpieces had arced machine marks going from side to side created by a milling machine.”
This Berg does have the Vertical “Denim” machining marks on the table, the latter ones have the Horizontal Denim marks. This has the Horizontal Denim marks.
The “0” indicates the designation for the highest and therefore brightest sounding baffle, “3” a lower baffle, and somewhat darker, as such. This is a “2”, a medium baffle. Some discoloration on the table, but no damage at all to this one. With original ligature. In Good condition, no bite marks on bite plate. More open than the 95/2 we have featured. Like a 7*. $350
Berg Larsen Vintage “Scoopbill” model, 95/2/M (1970’s?) (updated 4/29/2019)
“Bergs with a very pronounced upward scoop right behind the bite-plate are called ‘Scoop Bill’ Bergs. These all have a straight drop off at the back of the baffle. These did not change in design very much from the early 1950s through the 1980s. The only real change was the machinery used to make the facings during the above mentioned manufacturing plant change.” (From Theo Wanne’s Mouthpiece Museum- https://theowanne.com/knowledge/mouthpiece-museum/berg-larsen-mouthpieces/
Unlike the Duckbill, this is the Scoopbill, which is latter in the chronology,
From Theo Wanne’s Mouthpiece Museum-https://theowanne.com/knowledge/mouthpiece-museum/berg-larsen-mouthpieces/:
“During the period of the ‘Duck Bill’ vintage Berg Larsen mouthpieces the factory moved, and all the tooling used to make them changed as well. The clearest way to delineate beween these two major phases in Berg Larsen history is to look at the machine marks left on the table by the machines used to make the facings. The older mouthpieces had a denim look to the table which was created by a stone grinding wheel. The later mouthpieces had arced machine marks going from side to side created by a milling machine.”
This Berg does have the Vertical “Denim” machining marks on the table, the latter ones have the Horizontal Denim marks. This has the Horizontal Denim marks.
The “0” indicates the designation for the highest and therefore brightest sounding baffle, “3” a lower baffle, and somewhat darker, as such. This is a “2”, a medium baffle. Some discoloration on the table, but no damage at all to this one. With original ligature. In Good condition, no bite marks on bite plate. Less open than the 105/2 we have featured. Like a 6* $350
Berg Larsen (M), #130/0/SMS
Excellent condition; comes with original ligature. The term 'SMS ' or 'M' indicates the choice of facing. The SMS, or French facing is usually shorter with a steeper curve. The 'M' or American facing is slightly longer with a flatter type curve. This model has the horizontal denim markings (so does the #110/1 we have), and is in that extreme wide open 130 facing that I don’t believe is being manufactured anymore! At least it is not listed on the Woodwind Brasswind site; the facings going only up to #120. Sax stars such as Lenny Picket of Tower of Power, and SNL fame employ this same 130/0 facing! Plus with the “0” baffle, (the highest, brightest table) this really sings! On the baffle someone “Scooped” out a small ? section, which kind of adds a Thrill to the sound. Tested by us, this mouthpiece sounds great! Hard to find, priced well at $275
Berg Larsen (M), #130/1/SMS
Excellent condition; comes with original ligature. The term 'SMS ' or 'M' indicates the choice of facing. The SMS, or French facing is usually shorter with a steeper curve. The 'M' or American facing is slightly longer with a flatter type curve. This model has the horizontal denim markings (so does the #110/1 we have), and is in that extreme wide open 130 facing that I don’t believe is being manufactured anymore! At least it is not listed on the Woodwind Brasswind site; the facings going only up to #120. Sax stars such as Lenny Picket of Tower of Power, and SNL fame employ a 130 facing (his is a 130/0 facing).  Plus with the “1” baffle, (the second highest table) this really sings! Tested by us, this mouthpiece sounds great! Hard to find, priced well at $275
Berg Larsen (M), #110/1/SMS
Excellent condition; comes with original ligature. The term 'SMS ' or 'M' indicates the choice of facing. The SMS, or French facing is usually shorter with a steeper curve. The 'M' or American facing is slightly longer with a flatter type curve. $200
BRILLHART
Brillhart  (M), 4*  #111478
Level Air, “Designed by Arnold Brillhart”. Clean apperance. Plays very well. $150 
Brillhart  (M), 9*  #31070
Level Air, “Designed by Arnold Brillhart”. New-like; hardly any use. In original box with original ligature and Metal Cap. Plays very well. $150
DUKOFF
Dukoff (early Miami, Fla., grey finish)
“SUPER POWER CHAMBER”, # D 8, Long/large chamber. Some wear on tip and baffle. Has a high baffle. $190.00
SOLD
Dukoff (early Miami, Fla., grey finish)
“SUPER POWER CHAMBER”, # D 5, Long/large chamber. tip and baffle are very nice. Has a high baffle. Some serious enough wear on bite area $175.00
SOLD
Dukoff (early Miami, Fla., grey finish)
“SUPER POWER CHAMBER”, # S 8, Long/large chamber. Some wear on tip and baffle and on sides. Has a high baffle (to me on Consignment) $190.00
GUARDALA
SOLD
Guardala “MBII” (M)
Gold plated. Like Brand new, with no use literally. Priced brand new at $349. Sold here for $239.00
SOLD
Guardala Crescent model from 2 years back
Very little use, $200
OTTO LINK
SOLD
Otto Link “Super Tone Master”
(Modern Gold Brass; excellent condition;) #7 *opened to about an 8 or so $90
PONZOL
Ponzol M2 PLUS Size 105
“The most powerful Ponzol mouthpiece ever. More edge than the M2, more centered sound. Highly recommended for Keilwerth saxophones as it helps to center the sound.”

“Made from the best CNC machines and cut from food grade stainless steel, the Peter Ponzol  M2 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece is provides the tenor player with a darker warmer sound, with even greater projection.  Even if you have one or more Ponzol mouthpieces, you owe it to yourself to try the new ones…Brighter and more direct than the M2 but still centered and full sounding. Great for Jazz, Smooth Jazz and Rock.”
105 (*7) and 110 (8*) tip openings.
Ours is a 105, which really cuts! Pretty darn new looking, with not a lot of use on it. MSRP AT $499.95, sold elsewhere for $399.99. Priced here to go at $225
RUNYON
Runyon, heavy, heavy metal!
like a Berg 1 with a steep baffle. # 5 $125
SELMER
Selmer C** (M) “long shank” model
(scroll work at bottom); Does not say "Jazz" on table; reads “Henri Selmer Paris C**” on the back: $250
Very good condition
$250
Selmer C* M- “long shank” model
(no scroll work at bottom); says "Jazz" on table reads C* on the back: - Selmer "Jazz Metal” (Paris)" $150
SOLD
Selmer G M- “long shank” model
(no scroll work at bottom);; says "Jazz" on table reads G on the back: - Selmer "Jazz Metal” (Paris)" $150
SR TECH
SR Tech, “PRO …TP2136
(Shiny brass; very good condition) $200
SR Tech, “PRO …TP2136 (M) (Shiny brass; very good condition) $200
SR Tech, “PRO 115…TP*0110”
(Shiny brass; very good condition) $200
GARY SUGAL
Gary Sugal “Super Gonz”
7* (M) Can’t tell if this piece was worked on or not. Wide at the mouth! Plays very well. $250

WOLF TAYNE
Wolfe Tayne (M), #5
The classic Wolfie! Collector’s item. These designed by the famous Wolf Tannenbaum had a short run but had some popularity. Not a lot of them out there. Not too open but in great shape.
$300
YANAGISAWA
YANAGISAWA #7
Vastly underrated! This tenor metal mouthpiece is in good condition and really sings! Perfect size $150