Eb Selmer Clarinet–#K3236


•Vintage Eb Clarinet
•Wooden Clarinet
•Made in France
•This is a K Series clarinet that was most likely produced during the WWII years.
•Serviced and repadded; has all new pads and corks. Plays well.
•Has some damage to the bell tenon, but bell tenon cork works well. Holds bell tight.
•Comes in a hard case with a mouthpiece and a reed.

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On the upper joint of the clarinet, it states Selmer Paris Brevete S.G.D.G. Brevete on a French instrument (and on any other machine) purely meant that the article incorporates a patent claimed. It was often followed by “S.D.G.D.” which stood for Sans garantie du Gouvernement – a disclaimer required by the government of France stating that it does not guarantee enforcement of the claimed patent.