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Bach Mouthpieces – Packaging (New York) 1924

by Bach Loyalist

A great example of the earliest known (1924) New York Mouthpiece mouthpiece packaging used when shipping to customers.

Postmaster: return if not delivered to
Vincent Bach Corp.
237 East 41st Street
New York City, U.S.A

BachMP_NY_1924_a

BachMP_NY_1924_b

BachMP_1924_c

 

In this mouthpiece box, was a Vincent Bach Corp. 5A mouthpiece.  While it can not be confirmed as the same from 1924, the markings would indicate it was from the same time period.

BachMP_NY_1924_5A_1 BachMP_NY_1924_5A_2

BachMP_NY_1924_5A_3

 

source: eBay, April 2014

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2 comments

Don Blackwell February 1, 2015 - 4:13 am

I have an early New York trumpet mouthpiece, size 6, with a small capital M stamped on the throat portion, just under the cup. What does the M indicate? Thanks! – Don

Bach Loyalist February 25, 2015 - 9:29 am

I’ve not seen that marking before. More than likely an indication of the back bore configuration.

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