Original Selmer (Paris) saxophone spring set from the 1920s

This is about as hard core as saxophone geekiness gets.

If you had been the owner of a Selmer curved soprano about 90 years ago and you wanted a spring set, this is what you would have gotten in the mail- it would have cost you $2.15, and it would have cost 12 cents to mail it to you from NYC.

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