I bought a Santy Runyon tenor sax this week (yep . . . his own stencil), and it had what I guess is an older Runyon mp with it that doesn't match anything on their website. First of all, it's white plastic - no other materials. Shaped similar to an 88 or an SR (long and skinny). The only markings on it are "Runyon" and either a "6" or a "9". Read table down it's a "6". The shank is ribbed, with three little steps after the ribbing before stepping up to the table. It came with a gold single-screw inverted ligature. Any idea of what this mouthpiece might be? I can email a photo if that would help. Thanks.
Also, the tenor itself remains somewhat of a mystery. An Evette-Schaeffer (sp?) has been suggested, but not nailed down. It is French and it shares the 2XXX serial number range with Santy's SML alto stencils. Any information about these tenors would be greatly appreciated.