Selmer Stentor Metal Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece
Here is an extremely rare Selmer Stentor mouthpiece which I believe is from the late 1940's. It has the original Table B facing. As you can see, the silver plating is nearly perfect. There's a tiny bit of corrosion around the "Table B" stamp as well as a bit on the right side of the table. There also is a bit of corrosion on the inside of the shank. The mouthpiece comes with the original cap and ligature, as pictured. The mouthpiece plays well. It has a dark, sweet, mellow tone to it.
I have never seen any reference to the metal Stentor model. Rubber versions were much more common, but still rare themselves. This mouthpiece is a fairly unique item, thus it's priced accordingly. Good luck ever coming across one of these in the future!