A friend sent this photo of 1920's Conn Eb sopranino and Bb curved soprano saxophones.


Above: Curved wee little saxophones, from L-R: Eb sopranino, C soprano, and Bb soprano. The C soprano, borrowed from Peter Hurd when he owned it, is one of only two known to exist.


Above: A variety of soprano C sax-type instruments. from L-R: curved C soprano,
straight C soprano, and an oboe with saxophone fingerings and single-reed mouthpiece,
also borrowed from Peter Hurd.



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