Selmer Signet 100 Clarinet Serial Numbers

Posted By admin On 03/09/21

Here are a couple of tables to help you out. The accuracy isn't guaranteed, but it should be a good start.

Clarinet - Selmer Signet

Signet Special clarinets are appropriate for beginners, intermediate, and even fairly advanced players. I picked up a rather new-looking Selmer Signet Special while in North Carolina. It is clear that it has had a rough life, even though it looked less than 10 years old. The bell is from a Selmer. Serial clarinet has not been play tested condition used. Mouthpiece is used. Has tarnish but will polish up nicely. Pads look old, but intact. No cracks detected, but does have some scratches and wear typical of a used instrument. SELMER signet grenadilla wood clarinet ser.

Other Clarinets

From Dave Surber of Leblanc:


'Interested individuals may contact Leblanc's customer service department who will do their best to help them with as much information as we have available. However our records are only available from 1964 to the present.

We have limited records available to us and we do our best to provide as accurate information as we have. Unfortunately our serial numbering system and records were not set up for ease in locating this information.


We currently manufacture or distribute several brands of wind instruments. Each one of these lines has numerous models of instruments and unfortunately in some cases each model has its own series of serial numbers. These series of numbers have not been maintained in separate lists but are recorded together in our sales records that begin in 1964. It can take a considerable amount of time to locate a particular serial number if we do not have any idea of the model or when it was originally sold.

Individuals reselling used instruments should be responsible for supplying details of the original purchase ie: warranty registration documents or sales receipt information which would confirm the model and serial number of the instrument and the date it was originally purchased.

There is a Blue Book for Musical Instruments Published by Orion Research that is available to determine the value of many used instruments on the market today. Their web site is

Selmer Signet Serial Numbers


For appraisal of vintage instruments or historical information you may wish to contact the Shrine to Music Museum at The University of South Dakota in Vermillion. They may be able to provide you with a list of licensed qualified appraisers who specialize in different areas ie: strings, winds, keyboard, primitive etc.

We suggest you contact your local music dealer if you have further questions about purchasing or selling an instrument.

Selmer Signet 100 Clarinet Serial Numbers History


Thank You,
Leblanc Service Dept.'

Selmer Signet 100 Clarinet Serial Numbers

If worst comes to worst you could try to contact the manufacturer. You can find contact information in the Retail section of these pages.