You can find vintage Buffet Crampon clarinets for sale on e Bay.Hi I have a Buffet Crampon clarinet that beloned to my father. it's in pretty sad shape (meaning, it needs new pads and corks to start with. just been neglected after heavy use 30 years ago so needs pretty serious TLC). I've been told it's an R13, but would like to verify if possible.from some of the web sites I've encountered, relevant info that might help identifying is this: is there a web site that can further help me narrow down the information, or is the above information enough to identify the model?if there is measurement to make or any distinguishing part I can look for, please let me know. Maybe this thread will help you and you will also find that following up a thread like this (rather than start a new one) one could give you more hits and results because all the previous contributors are going to get an alert.https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showth...The log book shows the serial numbers jumping around quite a bit for the Selmer/Adolphe Sax saxophones.
Cherry blintzes on the side and a cold cup of black coffee rounded out the meal. may be I'll just assume it is (not a very good practice though..).or may be I should contact Buffet Crampon and see if they can help.. Like many instruments the R13 has had a very long run and underwent a number of changes in time.A few steps away are the chef-manned stations: made-to-order omelettes, waffles, and the carving board – roast beef, turkey, and ham.Sometimes you’re lucky and the choices you make are appealing and you can’t wait to go back for seconds (and sometimes even thirds) on one particular item. From time to time, the offerings are not to your liking at all and when you get to your seat you find the eggs too runny, the lox too salty and the sausages cold.