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Clarinet Roadshow => Make and Model lists and research => Topic started by: modernicus on January 22, 2021, 02:28:54 PM

Title: Alexandre, Paris
Post by: modernicus on January 22, 2021, 02:28:54 PM
Seemingly originally a keyboard instrument manufacturer, apparently later an instrument distributor, not sure how long their keyboard instruments persisted- nothing to do with Alexandre Selmer:

http://iremus.huma-num.fr/marques-instruments-musique/139

Other entries for brand marks related to this company:

http://iremus.huma-num.fr/marques-instruments-musique/134

http://iremus.huma-num.fr/marques-instruments-musique/135

http://iremus.huma-num.fr/marques-instruments-musique/137

http://iremus.huma-num.fr/marques-instruments-musique/136

Although, the woodwinds with the name are almost a combination of the logos, all caps for the Alexandre, though slightly gothicized, then the gothic/calligraphic script for the Paris is very, very similar.  I could be wrong, though, what say you guys?