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 Doucet Three Star Clarinet History?
Author: M J G 309 
Date:   2006-08-20 12:42

Can anyone tell me any thing about this clarinet? It is a Doucet Three Star wooden clarinet. How to tell the age or where it was made?

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 Re: Doucet Three Star Clarinet History?
Author: Don Berger 
Date:   2006-08-20 18:35

Hi M J G - Out of curiousity I made a Search for Doucet [only] found one ref. to a "silver" model with a ser # AExxxx. You can try if you wish to find more. The "Three Star" naming was used by Bettoney [Boston] on some of their metal cls in the 20-30's, I believe. Luck, Don

Thanx, Mark, Don

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 Re: Doucet Three Star Clarinet History?
Author: M J G 309 
Date:   2006-08-21 00:28

Hi Mark and Don,
Appreciate this information--including the name "Bettoney" as another clue.
Thanks for looking it up. MJG

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