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# 252 Stephan Koch, Vienna Important Walking Stick Recorder by Stephan Koch from the 1820s in nearly in perfect condition except for some small scratches and dings, bearing the original stamp twice: S. Koch, Wien. Very good playing condition, 3 original bone rings, solid silver key, original brass cover at the end of the recorder, the bottom part is slightly bent, total length 85.1 cm, diameter at the top 3.7 cm.

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US$ 15'000.00 Walking Stick recorder 1820s Early Musical Instruments, antique Walking Stick Recorder by Stephan Koch

# 702 Bonneville: Paris - France A good all original solid silver Boehm system flute from the 1890s, stamped on the body and head: initials, A TE, Bonneville, Paris, 5114. Open hole, very firm, solid silver with silver stamp, needs setup and old pads replaced, original leather case stamped in gold letters: Bonneville, 140 Ro Richard Lenoir, Paris. Measurements: - total length 68.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 60.3 cm - embouchure 1.2 cm - length of head joint 23.2 cm

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US$ 4'800.00 Solid Silver Flute around 1890 Early Musical Instruments, antique Walking Stick Recorder by Stephan Koch

# 01RS Willis and Goodlad: London - England Antique four keyed bone mounted boxwood flute by Willis and Goodlad London, c. 1830. I think it has a D-foot and D#, F, G# and Bb keys. It is 23-1/4" long, has three bone rings, the bone end cap of the head is missing, pads need to be replaced.

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US$ 700.00 4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1830 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Willis and Goodlad



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Cahusac: London - England A rare original one keyed ring mounted boxwood flute bearing the maker's stamp on every joint: Cahusac, London. Almost perfect condition except for the split ring on the foot joint. Good key with functionable spring. 4 rings and headcap. Comes in original mahogany flute case. Measurements: - total length 61 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.8 cm - length of head 22.5 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm.
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Cahusac
 
Dresden Very nice 1 keyed boxwood flute, stamped on the headjoint; Dresden. 3 interchangeable middle joints stamped: 1, 2, 3. The boxwood in very good original condition, no cracks, the horn mounts are age chipped. In original box with interesting writing on it. Good original embouchure.
Measurements: - total length: 62 cm, 61.5 cm, 61.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end: 54.5 cm, 54.1 cm, 53.7 cm - length of head 22.5 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Dresden
 
Monzani & Co.: London - England An all original 7 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on every joint: -Crown- Monzani & Co. Also stamped on the middle joint: 24 Dover St., London, 1136. Also stamped on the footjoint: Patent Keys. The second headjoint (slightly shorter) is stamped: -Crown- Monzani, also owners stamp between the embouchure and the Monzani stamp. Fancy solid silver keys, each stamped with a "crown", solid boxwood with no cracks at all, four good bone rings and tuneable bone head caps. The longer headjoint is tuneable, but the head is not metal-lined, barrel does not move. Comes with original arched mahogany custom case. Measurements: - total length 66.5 / 66 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 58.2 / 58.7 cm - length of head 21.3 / 20.8 cm - embouchure 1 / 1.3 cm
7 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1840 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Monzani + Co.
 
Cortellini: Torino - Italy An interesting 6 keyed horn mounted Italian boxwood flute in remarkable good original condition, bearing the maker's stamp on every joint: a "Lyra", Cortellini, a Torino, some kind of "Star". 6 brass pewter plug keys with good springs. 5 horn rings and tunable horn end cap, tunable head joint. Measurements: - total length 62.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.5 cm - length of head incl. barrel 24.3 cm - embouchure 1 cm
6 Keyed Horn Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1850 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Cortellinir
 
Clementi & Co: London - England A good original one keyed bone mounted stained boxwood flute stamped by the maker on the head joint: Clementi & Co., London. Boxwood in fine condition, 3 nice bone rings, bone headcap, foot joint end ring missing, solid silver key with broken spring, nice original embouchure. Comes in contemporary mahogany flute case. Measurements: - total length 60.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.4 cm - length of head 22.6 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Clementi
 
Braun: Mannheim - Germany A rare German 6 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute with 3 middle joints in almost showroom condition, bearing the maker's stamp on every joint: a "star", Braun, Mannheim, a "star", also each middle joint is numbered 1, 2, 3. Foot joint ist stamped twice. 6 brass keys with good springs, 4 nice bone rings and tuneable bone headcap. Comes in arched custom mahogany flute case. Measurements: - total length 61.2 cm / 61.6 cm / 62 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53 cm / 53.4 cm / 53.8 cm - length of head 23.2 cm - embouchure 1 cm
6 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1850 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Braun
 
Goulding & D'Almaine: London - England Unusual nice one keyed boxwood flute in F (?), made ca. 1834, in all original good condition, bearing the maker's stamp on every joint: a "Crown" Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square, London, 3. This antique flute is made between 1829 - 1836. In very good condition, nice brass key with good spring. Plays fine without ever been set up or worked on, in untouched original condition.
Measurements: - total length 49.8 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 43.5 cm - length of head 19 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed Boxwood Flute in F (?) around 1829 - 1836 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & D'Almaine
 
Christopher Gerock: London - England A good early one keyed Boxwood flute, stamped on all four joints by the maker; a "Unicorn", C. Gerock 79 Cornhill, Lodon. Solid flute all original, small groove near the headcap. Tiny hairline crack or scratch also near the headcap, not open 1/2 inch. Brass key with working but soft spring. Needs set up and cleaning, in unrestored condition.
Measurements: - total length 60 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.5 cm - length of head 22.6 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Gerock
 
Astor & Co.: London - England A nice 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on all four joints: Astor & Co., London, a "Unicorn", also 79 Cornhill, London. Very good condition, good bone rings and headcap, 3 silver-nickel keys and 1 brass key, which is a later replacement, good springs, needs new pads. In original mahogany box. Measurements: - total length 60.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3 cm - length of head 22.8 cm - embouchure 1 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1840 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Astor & Co.
 
Goulding & Co.: London - England Good original one keyed boxwood flute stamped on every joint by the maker: Goulding & Co. London. Nice original condition, hailine crack (4 cm) in headjoint at the headcap, upper middle part slightly bent. Nice solid silver key with good spring. Needs restauration to make it playable.
Measurements: - total length 59.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53 cm - length of head 22.7cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & Co.
 
Rudall, Rose, Carte: London - England A 150 year old antique solid silver flute, bearing the original stamp: Rudall, Rose & Carte & Co., Patentees, 20, Charing Cross, London, Boehm's Parabola, Carte's Mechanism Council & Prize Models. Solid silver, seamed tube, very light flute, a few minor barely visible dings, beautiful flower engravings around the lip plate, including original case. Boehm's Parabola flutes are very unusual, and not easy to get. Measurements: - total length 66 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 60 cm - embouchure 1.2 cm - length of head joint 20.6 cm
Solid Silver Boehm System Flute around 1860 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Rudall, Rose, Carte
Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Rudall, Rose, Carte
 
Th. Boehm & Mendler, Munich An all original solid silver flute in very good condition, stamped: Th. Boehm & Mendler in München. Seamed tube, solid gold lip plate, old pads but in reasonable condition, total length 63.4 cm, length from middle of embouchure to end 59.3 cm, total length of the head 20.8 cm, middle of embouchure to end of head 16.7 cm, embouchure 1.2 cm. Probably original case.
Theobald Boehm (1794-1881), a Bavarian goldsmith, flutist, composer, and industrialist, invented this type of flute that became the basis for the modern instrument a little more than a century and a half ago. Boehm manufactured his new flutes at first himself, but later in partnership with Carl Mendler, one of his best workmen, who continued the firm after Boehm's death in 1881.
Solid Silver Boehm System Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique silver Flute by Boehm & Mendler
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Thadaeus Steiner: Rottenburg - Germany A rare original one keyed ring mounted boxwood flute bearing the maker's stamp on the head joint: Thadaeus Steiner Rottenburg am Nekar D.. 3 interchangeable middle joints stamped; a "star" D 1, 2, 3. Very good condition, no cracks, good horn mounts, nice brass key. in original decorated box.
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Steiner
 
Clementi Nicholson improved. Details to follow.
7 Keyed Ring Mounted Ebony Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Clementi
 
Rudall, Rose, Carte: London - England An all original solid silver Flute from the 1860s, bearing the original stamp: Council & Prize Medal, Rudall Rose Carte & Co., Patentees 20 Charing Cross, London, Boehms Parabola Carte's Mechanism. Extra light solid silver seamed tubing, very good original condition, only minor scratches and tiny dings, non original thumb plate, original case. Measurements: - total length 65.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 59 cm - embouchure 1.2 cm - length of head joint 20.9 cm.
Solid Silver Boehm System Flute around 1860 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Rudall, Rose, Carte
 
Cahusac: London - England Details to follow.
4 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1780 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Cahusac
 
Monzani & CO: London - England A very attractive 7 keyed ring boxwood flute bearing the maker's stamp on every joint: a "Crown", Monzani & Co, also stamped on the middle joint: 24 Dover St., London, # 1215, also stamped on the foot joint: a "crown", patent keys. 7 nice solid silver keys with good springs (one is broken), each stamped with a "crown". Repaired hairline crack in the middle joint 6 cm. 3 nice rings and headcap. Comes in original mahogany flute case. Measurements: - total length 68 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 59.5 cm - length of head 22 cm - embouchure 1 cm.
7 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1816 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Monzani
 
Wafford: London - England Big fat 4 keyed ring mounted boxwood flute from the 18th century in nice original condition bearing the maker's stamp on all joints: Wafford. Four good original rings and head cap. Four good silver keys with good springs, need new pads. Unrestored and in good condition, nobody ever tried to improve this flute, which is a good feature. The only hairline crack I can see is under the key of the foot joint from the ring to the key mount (1/2 inch). I cannot remove the foot joint from the 3rd joint. Measurements: - total length 60.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53 cm - length of head 22.7 cm - embouchure 1 cm.
4 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1770-1780 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Wafford
 
E. G. Williams: London - England A good 1 keyed ring mounted boxwood flute from the 1820s, stamped on all joints by the maker: E. G. Williams, also stamped "London" on the head joint. Unrepaired crack at the lower end of the head joint (5 cm), which is reason for the ring replacement. Foot joint end-ring is missing. Otherwise the flute is in unrestored original condition. One brass key with missing spring and pad. Measurements: - total length 58.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 51.5 cm - length of head 21.7 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm.
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1820s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by E. G. Williams
 
Rudall Carte & Co: London - England A rare solid silver flute stamped: Rudall Carte & Co, 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, Radcliff's Model # 127. Very heavy solid silver flute with special mechanism, few scratches and tiny dings, original case, needs new pads. Measurements: - total length 63,7 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 57.5 cm - embouchure 1.2 cm - length of head joint 21 cm
Radcliff's Model, Solid Silver Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique bone Flute by Rudall Carte & Co
 
Weaver: London A very clean 6 keyed bone mounted flamed boxwood flute from the 1820s, stamped on all 4 joints: WEAVER, LONDON. No cracks, perfect bone rings, 6 bevelled square silver keys to C#, sounding length - 59.8 cm, excellent condition but for a slightly warped head, plays well in about A=440.
6 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1820s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Weaver
 
Rudall, Rose, Carte; London - England An all original solid silver Flute from the 1860s, bearing the original stamp: Council & Prize Medal, Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co., Patentees, 20 Charing Cross, London, Boehms Parabola, Carte's Mechanism, C.R.A. Extra light solid silver seamed tubing, very good original condition, only minor scratches and tiny dings, original case with ebony cleaning rod. Measurements: - total length 64.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 58.3cm - embouchure 1.2 cm - length of head joint 20.7 cm
Solid Silver Boehm System Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique silver Flute by Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co.
 
C.Gerock: London - England Big fat 4 keyed bone mounted flamed boxwood flute, stamped 4 times by the maker: C. Gerock, London. Also stamped on the head joint: 76 Bishopgate St. Also stamped a crown and a unicorn. Nice flamed boxwood with 4 bone rings and bone head cap, 4 silver keys, very good condition. One hairline crack at the lower end of the head (front) 3.7 cm. Total length 60.6 cm, middle of the embouchure to the end 53.7 cm, embouchure 1.1 cm long. Crack in the bone ring at the end of the foot joint.
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1804-21 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by C.Gerock
 
Milligan: London - England A very good all original 1 keyed boxwood flute in Eb in remarkable good condition, stamped by the maker on the headjoint: a "Unicorn", Milligan, London. One brass key with good spring, needs pad. Measurements: - total length 50.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 44 cm - length of head 19.5 cm - embouchure 1 cm.
1 Keyed Boxwood Flute in Eb, 1800s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Milligan
 
Goulding & D'Almaine: London A nice 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute from around 1811, stamped: Goulding & CO, also stamped on the head: GOULDING & D'ALMAINE, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. 4 silver keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slide and Potter's tunable foot, with an extra joint from another Goulding flute, tuning lengths - 52.7 cm and 51.7 cm, very good overall condition but for 1 cracked bone ring.
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1811 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & D'Almaine
 
Richard Potter: London 6 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on 4 joints: Potter, London. Excellent original condition, no cracks, all bone rings complete and uncracked, barrel with graduated tuning slide (pitch varies from about A=450 to 440), tunable head with special vented bone head cap. 6 silver pewter plug keys to C#, original finish, sounding length - 594 mm, a particularly nice Potter Sr. flute in playable condition
6 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1785 - 1790 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Richard Potter
 
Christopher Gerock: London A good all original 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute bearing the original stamp on all four joints: C. Gerock London. Also stamped on the headjoint: 76 Bishopgate St. This adress would date the flute 1804-21. Nice big, fat flute, good bone rings, unrepaired hairline crack in the headjoint (6 cm), brass key with missing spoon, broken spring. Measurements: - total length 60.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3 cm - length of head 23 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Christopher Gerock
 
George Astor: London Rare left-handed 6 keyed bone mounted figured boxwood flute from around 1799-1814, stamped on 4 joints: G. ASTOR & Co., LONDON, also stamped on the head joint: 79 CORNHILL, LONDON. Original left-handed configuration, plays very easily with a very centered tone at A=450, 4 silver salt-spoon keys and the C & C# with pewter plugs in excellent condition, no cracks, excellent bone mounts, sounding length - 59.2 cm, the barrel is unstamped but likely original.
6 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1799 - 1814 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by G. Astor
 
Christopher Gerock: London A good all original 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute bearing the original stamp on all four joints: C. Gerock London. Also stamped on the headjoint: 76 Bishopgate St. This adress would date the flute 1804-21. Nice big, fat flute, good bone rings, unrepaired hairline crack in the headjoint (6 cm), brass key with missing spoon, broken spring. Measurements: - total length 60.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3 cm - length of head 23 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Christopher Gerock
 
Anonymous, English Early 19th century English 5 keyed bone mounted ebony flute with rare low C# key. 5 square silver keys on block mounts with scalloped edges,hairline crack in the head and 1st bone ring, bone head cap, hairline crack in the third joint, sounding length 56.0 cm, A=440, can easily be restored.
5 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Flute, early 1800s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Anonymous
 
Anonymous, American American 4 keyed bone mounted stained boxwood flute, made around 1835 possibly for Firth and Pond. Stained boxwood with bone rings in very good condition, 4 block mounts for 4 keys which are missing, sounding length 53.9 cm.
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1835 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Anonymous
 
Claire Godfroy à Paris 5 An all original rosewood flute with 5 solid silver keys from around the 1860s, stamped 3 times: Claire Godfroy à Paris. All in very good condition, rosewood looks beautiful, no cracks or scratches, fully tunable head but no metal liner, a non original case is included, total length 62.8 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to end 53.9 cm, embouchure 1.2 cm.
Rosewood Flute with 5 Silver Keys Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Flute by Claire Godfroy
 
Bainbridge & Wood: London A nice 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on the headjoint: Bainbridge & Wood London, which dates the flute around 1810. One hairline crack starting at the 3rd joint bone ring (2 cm). 4 nice solid silver keys with good springs, pads look ok but are old. Good tuneable bone headcap and 4 bone rings. Measurements: - total length 59.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.1 cm - length of head 22.3 cm - embouchure 1.2 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Bainbridge & Wood
 
Clementi & Co.: London A one keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in good condition stamped on the headjoint: Clementi & Co., which dates the flute to 1802-21. Very nice original flute, but bone headcap and cork are missing, so is the bone ring at the end of the flute. Boxwood in very good condition, 3 good bone rings, very nice solid silver key. Measurements: - total length without headcap 59.2cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 52.7 cm - length of head without headcap 21.9 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1802 - 1821 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Clementi & Co.
 
Metzler & Co.: London A good all original 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in very good condition stamped on all four joints: Metzler & Co. London, also stamped on the headjoint: 37 Great Marlborough St., which dates the flute 1842-47. No cracks in the boxwood, four bone rings and bone headcap in good condition, 4 brass key with good springs, one a bit lame, all need new pads. Measurements: - total length 59.8 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 52.9 cm - length of head 22.2 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1842 - 1847 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Metzler & Co.
 
Joseph Lawson: London A big fat one keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on all 4 joints: Lawson London, also stamped on the headjoint: Tottenham C. Road, which dates the flute 1818-1838. Nice solid silver key, earlier restoration, repaired hairline crack in the headjoint 4 cm, bone headcap and head ring are later replacements, otherwise the boxwood and bone rings are in good condition. Measurements: - total length 59.7 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3 cm - length of head 22.3 cm - embouchure 1,1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Joseph Lawson
 
Johannes Mollenhauer: Fulda, Germany A good all original 5 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in F stamped on the headjoint: Mollenhauer, Fulda. 4 bone rings and bone headcap in good condition. Boxwood in nice shape, no cracks, 5 good brass keys, one with broken spring, all need new pads. Measurements: - total length 50.9 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 44 cm - length of head 19.9 cm - embouchure 1 cm
5 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute in F, around 1830 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Johannes Mollenhauer
 
Pietro Grassi Florio: London A nice early one keyed ivroy mounted boxwood flute stamped on the head and foot joint: Florio, London. Very good boxwood and bone rings, no cracks. 1 brass key, spoon is missing. Measurements: - total length 59.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53 cm - length of head 22.7 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1790 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Pietro Grassi Florio
 
John Preston: London A real 18th century 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute bearing the original stamp on all 4 joints: a "unicorn", Preston, London. Crack in the headjoint and its bone ring, otherwise in nice condition, one original solid silver key with good spring and old pad. Measurements: - total length 59.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 52.8 cm - length of head 22.6 cm - embouchure 1cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, around 1790 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by John Preston
 
Attributed to Rittershausen, Germany A high end ebony or grenadilla wooden Boehm system flute stamped: Germany and C and L P. (C stands for flute playing in C, LP. for low pitch), attributed to Rittershausen, Germany. Nice quality keywork in very good condition, needs some key oil, the pads look old and should be replaced. No visible cracks. Original wooden leather bound case, top is loose. Original finger rest and cleaning rods are present. Fine all original flute in very good condition. Measurements: - total length 68.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 61 cm - length of head 23.9 cm - embouchure 1.3 cm
Ebony Boehm System 1950s Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute attributed to Rittershausen
 
Valentine Metzler: London A good original 1 keyed stained boxwood flute stamped on all 4 joints: Metzler London. 2 repaired hairline cracks in the 3rd joint (7 cm and 1.5 cm), also a small unrepaired hairline crack in the footjoint (1 cm). Loose brass key (maybe later) with good spring, needs new pad. Measurements: - total length 60.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.5 cm - length of head 23 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed Stained Boxwood Flute around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Valentine Metzler
 
Goulding & Co.: London A good 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on all 4 joints: Goulding & Co., also stamped on the headjoint: London. 4 solid silver keys with good springs and pads, head joint with 2 unrepaired hairline cracks (4 cm and 1.5 cm) , 4 bone rings and bone head cap, head joint bone ring is cracked and later grooves. Measurements: - total length 60.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 52.7 cm - length of head 23.3 cm - embouchure 1 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & Co.
 
Monro & May: London A very unusual all original 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in F, stamped on all 4 joints: a "Lyra" and Monro & May, London. 4 solid silver keys with good springs and very old pads, 4 bone rings and bone head cap all in very good condition, boxwood also in fine condition. Measurements: - total length 50.7 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 44 cm - length of head 19.8 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute in F around 1830 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Monro & May
 
Astor: London A good unusual small 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on all four joints: a "Unicorn" and Astor, London. One brass key with good spring and old pad. Four bone rings, one cracked, bone headcap. Old hairline crack in the 3rd joint repaired (pinned). Head joint does not detach from middle joint. Measurements: - total length 39 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 33.5 cm - length of head 16 cm - embouchure 0.7 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Astor
 
Goulding & Co., London - England A good 200 year old 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute bearing the original maker's stamp on all four joints: Goulding & Co, London. Also stamped on the headjoint: London. Good bone bands except for the footjoint end band which was repaired. Repaired and pinned crack (6,5 cm) in the 3rd joint. Looks and sounds playable as it is. English silver key with old but working pad and good spring. Seems like it was restored some time ago. Nice original embouchure. Measurements: - total length 60.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 52.8 cm - length of head 23.3 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1799-1806 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & Co.
 
John Beckett from Wood & Ivy, London - England A good all orignal 1 keyed bone mounted ebony flute in F, stamped on all 4 joints: Beckett. Also stamped on the headjoint: Beckett from Wood & Ivy, London, 3. Langwill lists a Beckett F flute in ebony and bone ex Tony Bingham. Since this flute was bought from Tony Bingham, so I assume it must be this ebony and bone flute mentioned. One hairline crack at the end of the 3rd joint (2cm).
1 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Flute in F around 1830s Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute by John Beckett
 
Key, Rudall & Co., London - England A good original 4 Keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in F bearing the maker's stamp on all four joints: Key Rudall & Co., London, 2. Also stamped on the 2nd joint: 20 Charing Cross (which dates the flute 1857 to 1858. In very good condition, no cracks, the bone bands and headcap in perfect condition. 4 brass keys, one broken spring, nees pads and clean up. Measurements: - total length 52 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 44.9 cm - length of head 20.6 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute in F around 1857/58 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Key, Rudall & Co.
 
Noblet Frères, Paris - France An early 1 keyed horn mounted boxwood flute stamped four times: Noblet Frères. 5 horn mounts, one repaired crack in the head joint (pinned) 5 1/4 inches or 13 cm, one good brass key with good spring and pad. Total length 24 1/2 inches or 62.3 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 21 7/16 or 54.5 cm, length of the head 9 1/4 inches or 23.5 cm, embouchure 7/16 inch or 1 cm.
1 Keyed Horn Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1820s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Noblet Frères
 
W. Henry Potter, London - England An all original bone mounted ebony flute stamped 4 times: William Henry Potter. Also stamped on the barrel joint: Johnsons Court Fleet Street London. 8 solid silver keys with pewter plugs, 5 bone rings and bone head cap, bone ring on end joint damaged, several hairline cracks in barreljoint and metal lined head. Needs restauration in order to be played professionally. Total length 67.4 cm.
8 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Flute around 1809-1817 Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute by W. Henry Potter
 
Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., London, England A good all original 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute in playable condition, stamped 4 times: Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. 20 Soho Square, London. 4 bone rings, 2 with a repaired and pinned crack, bone headcap, 3 hairline cracks not leaking, one brass key with good spring and pad. Total length 23 3/8 inches or 59.4 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 9/16 inches or 52.2 cm, length of the head 9 1/8 inches or 23.2 cm, embouchure 7/16 inch or 1 cm.
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1811-1823 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.
 
Harris, London, England An early, extremly well preserved 1 keyed boxwood flute bearing the orig. stamp on all 4 joints: HARRIS LONDON. No cracks in the boxwood or in the 4 bone rings and bone headcap. Brass key with good spring but no pad. Total length 23 3/8 inches or 59.4 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 15/16 inches or 53.2 cm, 8 3/4 inches or 22.2 cm, embouchure 3/8 inches or 1 cm.
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Harris
 
Frederico Haupt, Lisbon - Portugal A rare Portugese one keyed bone flute, stamped 3 times: * F. Haupt *. Unrestored, 2 tiny cracks in the headjoint, 2 cracks in the 3rd joint 13 cm each, a few hairline cracks in the footjoint, 5 engraved solid silver rings and one solid silver key, sold as is including very nice original wooden case. Measurements: - total length 62,5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 56,5 cm - embouchure 0,9 cm - length of head joint 21,6 cm
1 Keyed bone Flute, 1750s Early Musical Instruments, antique bone Flute by Frederico Haupt
 
Bonneville, Paris, France A beautiful solid silver flute with seamed tube in very nice condition, no scratches and dings, stamped: ATE Bonneville Paris, serial number 3353. Pads and springs look ok, including original case, total length 67.2 cm, length from the middle of embouchure to end 59.1 cm, embouchure 1.3 cm.
Solid Silver Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique silver Flute by Bonneville
 
Goulding & D'Almaine, London-England A rare 4 keyed boxwood flute, stamped: GOULDING & D'ALMAINE SOHO SQUARE LONDON. This flute has special features like: fully tuneable head and footjoint, and pewter plug keys. 4 silver keys with good springs. Barrel has 3 2 1/4 inch repaired cracks but has no impact on the sound because there is a metal liner. bone rings and the bone headcap are in good condition except for one with an non professional crack repair. Total length 23 3/8 inches or 59,5 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 11/16 inches or 52.5 cm, length of the head including barrel 8 3/4 inches or 22,3 cm, embouchure 3/8 inches or 1 cm.
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute ca. 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & D'Almaine
 
Goulding & Co., London A good original one keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on every joint: Goulding & Co. Also stamped on the headjoint: London. Nice big fat flute but headcap is missing and it has two unrepaired cracks in the top end of the headjoint. Otherwise in very good condition, nice bone rings, solid silver key with good spring. Measurements: - total length without headcap 60 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.5 cm - length of head 22 cm - embouchure 1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute Goulding 1799-1806 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding & Co.
 
Gerock & Wolf, London A good unrestored 4 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on every joint: Gerock & Wolf, London. Also stamped: 79 Cornhill on the headjoint. Headcap missing, damaged bone ring with hairline crack underneath it. Sold as is. Measurements: - total length 65 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3cm - length of head 22.7cm - embouchure 1.1cm
4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute, 1831-32 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Gerock & Wolf
 
American Civil War Era Flute A good American 5 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute, headcap is missing. 5 brass keys with good springs but no pads. Sold as is, unrestored. Measurements: - total length 60.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 54.3cm - length of head 22.3 cm - embouchure 1 cm
5 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute 1860s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute, Civil War Era
 
Rudall, Carte & Co., London - England A good 1851 patent solid silver flute from the 1880s stamped: Rudall Carte & Co. 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, 1851 patent # 3177. Nice heavy solid silver seamed tube, solid silver keys, minor scratches and tiny dents, in original case. Measurements: - total length 66,4 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 60,3 cm - embouchure 1,2 cm - length of head joint 20,9 cm
1851 Patent Solid Silver Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique silver Flute by Rudall, Carte & Co., 1851 patent
 
Rampone Milano, 1900s Bearing the original stamp: Rampone Milano Brevettayo. 14 silver keys, made from ebony, no cracks, total length 74 cm, length from the middle of embouchure to end 63.7 cm, embouchure 1.3 cm, comes with original case, flute cleaner and a grease jar included.
Flute, ebony, 14 silver keys Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute by Rampone
 
Rudall, Rose & Carte Bearing the original stamp: Rudall, Rose & Carte, Patentees, 100 New Bond St., London, Boehm's Parabola, Carte's Mechanism. Solid silver, a few minor barely visible dings, beautiful flower engravings around the lip plate, needs restoration, total length 65.1 cm, length from the middle of embouchure to the end 58.8 cm, embouchure 1.3 cm.
Solid Silver Flute Early Musical Instruments, antique silver Flute by Rudall, Rose & Carte
 
Goulding, Wood & Co., London, England A fine 1 keyed late baroque bone mounted boxwood flute stamped on all four joints: Goulding Wood & Co, also stamped on the headjoint: Pall Mall, London. Excellent condition, no cracks, bone rings are good, except the one at the footjoint has is a little chipped. Nice small original embouchure. Big fat all orignal flute, good brass key with working spring and pad. Measurements: - total length 61.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.7 cm - length of head 22.9 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding, Wood & Co.
 
Anonymous A nice 1 keyed ivroy mounted boxwood flute in very good original condition, unstamped, has no cracks, bone rings are in good condition, it has an interesting brass key with a good woking spring, a long and skinny flute. Measurements: - total length 61.7 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 54.1 cm - length of head 23.3 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm

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1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique bone mounted boxwood Flute
 
Anonymous A good 1 keyed late baroque horn mounted boxwood flute in remarkable original condition, unstamped, one tiny surface crack in the middle joint, horn rings are chipped, one nice original brass key with good spring, it is a big fat flute. Measurements: - total length 61.5 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.2 cm - length of head 23 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1790 Early Musical Instruments, antique bone mounted boxwood Flute
 
Astor, London, England An early 5 keyed bone mounted ebony flute, stamped on all 4 joints: Astor, London, 78 Cornhill, the address used from 1798 to 1800. No cracks, all bone rings are in good condition, bone ring on footjoint is missing, 4 silver keys with good springs, 1 later silver key which seems not original. Measurements: - total length 61.0 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 53.3 cm - length of head 23.2 cm - embouchure 1.1 cm
5 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Flute around 1798 Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute by Astor
 
Potter, London, England A good all original 6 keyed bone mounted boxwood flute, stamped on all 5 joints: Potter, London, also stamped 'Patent' on footjoint. One repaired crack in 4th joint, 6 bone rings are in good condition, 6 silver pewter pluck keys with good springs, tuneable head. Measurements: - total length 67.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 59.8 cm - length of head incl. barrel 22.8 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
6 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1800 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Potter
 
Eduard Piering, Gratz, Austria A well preserved all original 4 keyed horn mounted boxwood flute stamped 4 times: Piering, Gratz. 5 horn mounts and horn headcap, tuneable head with metal liner, 4 brass keys with original working springs, no cracks except for one in the barrel joint, which is not leaking because of the metal liner, foot joint does not come apart. Total length 24 3/16 inches or 61.4 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 7/8 inches or 53.1 cm, length of the head joint including barrel 9 1/4 inches or 23.5 cm, embouchure 7/16 inch or 1 cm.

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4 Keyed Horn Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1830 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Eduard Piering
 
Button & Whitaker, London, England An attractive 8 keyed bone mounted ebony flute, stamped 4 times: St Paul's Church Yd Button & Whitaker, London, Patent. Made from ebony with 5 bone rings, bone headcap, tuneable head, 8 solid silver keys with pewter plugheads, the metal lined barrel joint has a crack (2 inches or 5 cm), one of the solid silver keys is broken. Total length 26 9/16 inches or 67.5 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 23 3/8 inches or 59.5 cm, length of the headjoint including barrel 9 9/16 inches or 24 cm, embouchure 3/8 inch or 1 cm.

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8 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Flute around 1808-1814 Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Flute by Button & Whitaker
 
Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., London, England A rare 4 keyed flamed boxwood flute, patented and stamped: GOULDING, D'ALMAINE, POTTER & Co. SOHO SQUARE LONDON. This patent flute has special features like: fully tuneable head and footjoint, and pewter plug keys. 4 silver keys 3 with good springs, on key is broken and so is the spring. Barrel has a 2 1/4 inch crack but has no impact on the sound because there is a metal liner. All 4 bone rings and the bone headcap are in good condition. Total length 23 9/16 inches or 59.8 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 5/8 inches or 52.4 cm, length of the head including barrel 9 inches or 22.9 cm, embouchure 3/8 inches or 1 cm.

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4 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Flute around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.
 
Anonymous A good 6 keyed boxwood flute in remarkable all original condition. 6 brass keys with good springs and pads, looks like this flute was set up to play about 20 years ago. Fully tuneable head, 5 horn rings and headcap, one hairline crack unrepaired 3/4 inch or 2 cm. Total length 23 7/8 inches or 60.7 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 3/4 inches or 52.7 cm, length of the head including barrel 9 inches or 22.8 cm, embouchure 13/32 inch or 1 cm.
6 Keyed Boxwood Flute around 1850 Early Musical Instruments, antique bone mounted boxwood Flute
 
Anonymous An attractive 4 keyed boxwood flute in very good condition. Good heavy boxwood no cracks at all, 4 nice solid silver keys, one with a broken spring, pads need to be replaced. 4 original iviory rings in good condition, bone headcap. Total length 23 5/8 inches or 60 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 7/8 inches or 53.1 cm, length of the head 9 1/16 inches or 23 cm, embouchure 7/16 inch or 1.1 cm.
4 Keyed Boxwood Flute around 1810 Early Musical Instruments, antique bone mounted boxwood Flute
 
John Preston, London, England A good late baroque 1 keyed boxwood flute bearing the original stamp on every joint: PRESTON, LONDON. AThe flute underwent a professional restoration about 20 years ago. 3 professionally repaired cracks (pinned), probably later headcap, brass key with good spring and pad. Total length 23 7/8 inches or 60.6 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 20 15/16 inches or 53,3 cm, length of the head 9 inches or 22.8 cm, embouchure 13/32 inch or 1 cm.
1 Keyed Boxwood Flute ca. 1780 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by John Preston



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D'Almaine & Co.: London - England A very nice all original one keyed boxwood piccolo by D'Almaine stamped on every joint: a "Crown" D'Almaine & Co. Also stamped on the headjoint: Late Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square, London, 8. One brass key with sticky spring action. Very good condition, no cracks at all, museum's quality. Included is the rare original mahogany piccolo case.
Measurements: - total length 30.9 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.6 cm - length of head 12.9 cm - embouchure 9 cm
1 Keyed Ring Mounted Boxwood Piccolo around 1825 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Flute by D'Almaine & Co.
 
D. Buffet: Paris - France A good original bone mounted ebony piccolo stamped on 2 joints: a "lyre" and D. Buffet, A Paris, also a "lyre" stamp on the foot joint. Solid silver key needs spring and pad. 3 bone rings and headcap in good codition, no cracks. Nice original oval embouchure. Measurements: - total length 35.8 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 30 cm - length of head 15.8 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Ebony Piccolo 1850s Early Musical Instruments, antique Piccolo by D. Buffet
 
J. Russell, London - England Unusual tiny brass mounted piccolo bearing the original stamp: J. Russell, Maker, 80 Goswell St., London (c. 1807). No cracks, key missing, 3 brass bands. Measurements: - total length 24.1 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 20 cm - length of head 10.2 cm - embouchure 0.8 cm
1 Keyed Brass Mounted Piccolo around 1800s Early Musical Instruments, antique Piccolo by J. Russell
 
Anonymous A good all original 1 keyed boxwood piccolo unstamped. 1 brass key with good spring, needs new pad. No cracks. Measurements: - total length 30 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 25.2 cm - length of head 12.1 cm - embouchure 1 cm

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1 Keyed Boxwood Piccolo 1840s Early Musical Instruments, antique Piccolo by Anonymous
 
Anonymous A good 6 keyed metal and ebony piccolo unstamped. Wood in nice condition no cracks, tuneable metal head. 6 nickel keys with good springs and old or missing pads. Measurements: - total length 30.1 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 25.2 cm - length of head wthout tenon 8.4 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm long

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6 Keyed Metal Head Piccolo 1890s Early Musical Instruments, antique Piccolo by Anonymous
 
Sauerhering: Magdeburg - Germany A good 6 keyed bone and ebony piccolo bearing the maker's original stamp: Sauerherring, Magdeburg. Wood in nice condition no cracks, but some scatches. Tuneable bone head with open crack, but does not leak due to metal liner. 6 nickel keys with good springs and old or missing pads. Measurements: - total length 31.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 27 cm - length of head wthout tenon 8.1 cm - embouchure 1 cm long

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6 Keyed bone Head Piccolo 1890s Early Musical Instruments, antique Piccolo by Sauerhering
 
Louis Lot, Paris, 1880 A rosewood Boehm system piccolo with silver keywork bearing the two original stamps: L.L. Louis-Lot Paris. All in very good condition, metal lined head, might need new pads to make it playable. Total length 32 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 26.4 cm, embouchure 1.2 cm, in original wooden case bound in leather.

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Rosewood Boehm System Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo by Louis Lot
 
William Phillips, London, 1810 A good all original one keyed bone mounted boxwood piccolo bearing the makers stamp on both joints: Phillips, London and Phillips, Tower Hill, London. Brass key with brocken spring. 2 bone rings and bone headcap. Nice original fitted mahogany case bearing the owners stamp: H. Bannister. Measurements: - total length 31.4 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 25.1 cm - length of head 13.5 cm - embouchure 0.8 cm
1 Keyed bone mounted Boxwood Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique Boxwood Piccolo by William Phillips
 
Anonymous, 1880 A good all original piccolo from the 1880s in nice condition. 6 nickel keys, good tuneable bone head, including the original fitted wooden case with broken of lid. Measurements: - total length 30.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.2 cm - length of head 10.7 cm - embouchure 1 cm

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6 Keyed bone Head Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique bone Head Piccolo by Anonymous
 
Louis Lot, Paris, 1880 A rosewood Boehm system piccolo with silver keywork bearing the two orig. stamps; L.L. Louis-Lot Paris. All in very good condition, metal lined head, might need new pads to make it playable. Total length 31 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 25.2 cm, embouchure 1.2 cm, in original wooden case bound in leather.

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Rosewood Boehm System Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo by Louis Lot
 
Adolphe Sax, Paris 1880 A rare rosewood Boehm system piccolo bearing 2 original stamps: Adolphe Sax, Paris. All in very good condition, probably silver keywork also in nice condition but needs new pads to make it playable, total length 30.7 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 25 cm, embouchure 1 cm, in original leather case.

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Rosewood Boehm System Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo by Adolphe Sax
 
M. Oppenheim: London A good all original boxwood military fife bearing the original stamp: M-Oppenheim, Mansel-St, London and a "B". Nice condition except for the 2 brass bands which have cracks from old age. Measurements: - total length 40.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 33.1 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
Boxwood Military Fife around 1780 Early Musical Instruments, antique Boxwood Military Fife by M. Oppenheim
 
Robert Wolf & Co.: London A nice original 1 keyed bone mounted boxwood piccolo stamped on all 3 joints: Robert Wolf & Co., London, also stamped on the head joint: 79 Cornhill. One original brass key with good spring, no pad, 3 bone rings, one newer, bone head cap. Measurements: - total length 35.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 29.9 cm - length of head 13.9 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Piccolo around 1840 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Piccolo by Robert Wolf & Co.
 
Clementi & Co.: London A good all original boxwood piccolo stamped on the head joint: "8", Clementi & Co. London. 3 bone rings, bone head cap. One brass key with good spring, no pad. Measurements: - total length 31.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.5 cm - length of head 12.6 cm - embouchure 0.8 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Piccolo around 1820 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Piccolo by Clementi & Co.
 
Karl Stecher, Vienna - Austria A good 6 keyed bone and ebony piccolo bearing the maker's original stamp: Stecher, Wien. This piccolo is 100 years old and made by Karl Stecher in Vienna 1865-1904. 6 nickel keys with good springs and old pads. Tuneable bone head with metal liner inside. Good condition, no cracks but some scatches. Measurements: - total length 32.2 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.5 cm - length of head 9.8 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
6 Keyed bone Head Piccolo 1890s Early Musical Instruments, antique bone Head Piccolo by Karl Stecher
 
Trade Mark Stamp; France An unusual 6 keyed French rosewood piccolo with bone bushed embouchure and toneholes. Stamped with a French trade mark stamp. 6 good nickel keys with good springs and pads, no cracks but some scratches. Metal lined tuneable head. Measurements: - total length 30 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 25.8 cm - length of head 8.5 cm - embouchure 0.8 cm
6 Keyed Rosewood and bone Piccolo 1890s Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo with Trade Mark Stamp
 
Anonymous: French ? A good ebony piccolo with metal bushed toneholes, metal embouchure, metal lined tuneable head, 6 nickel keys with good springs and old pads. 2 cm hairline crack in the head but not leaking because of metal liner. Measurements: - total length 31 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.3 cm - length of head 9.4 cm - embouchure 1 cm
6 Keyed Ebony Piccolo 1890s Early Musical Instruments, antique ebony Piccolo 1890s
 
Anonymous, England A rare 8 keyed silver mounted rosewood piccolo flute in the style and looks off a miniature 8 keyed Rudall & Rose flute. Solid silver engraved keys, the last 2 made as pewter plug keys. Solid silver engraved bands and embouchure. Solid Silver engraved plaque with 2 letters: CT? Metall lined and tuneable headjoint. One Silver tonering missing. Good heavy rosewood with no cracks. Maybe the 2 extra keys make the piccolo flute play down to low A? Measurements: - total length 35.6 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 30.8 cm - length of head 12 cm - embouchure 1 cm
8 Keyed Silver Mounted Rosewood Piccolo Flute around 1850s Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo Flute, Anonymous
 
Goulding & Co., London - England An all original 200 year old brass mounted boxwood fife bearing the maker's stamp on both joints: Goulding & Co. Also stamped on the headjoint: London. No cracks, 3 brass bands. Very good condition. Made between 1799 and 1806. Nice original embouchure. Measurements: - total length 45.3 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 37.6 cm - length of head 22 cm - embouchure 0.9 cm
Brass Mounted Boxwood Fife around 1799/1806 Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Fife by Goulding & Co.
 
Christopher Gerock, London - England A good original bone mounted stained boxwood piccolo stamped on all 3 joints: C.Gerock, London (1804-1837). Solid Silver Key with good spring, needs pad. 3 bone bands and headcap in good codition. Narrow hairline crack or scratch in the back of the headjoint (6 cm). Good original embouchure. Measurements: - total length 32 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.4 cm - length of head 13.2 cm - embouchure 0.8 cm
1 Keyed bone Mounted Boxwood Piccolo around 1820s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Piccolo by Christopher Gerock
 
Anonymous A good all original 4 keyed boxwood piccolo stamped: D. 4 Brass keys with 2 broken springs, need new pads. No cracks. Measurements: - total length 31.1 cm - middle of the embouchure to the end 26.1 cm - length of head 12.8 cm - embouchure 1 cm
4 Keyed Boxwood Piccolo around 1840s Early Musical Instruments, antique boxwood Piccolo, Anonymous
 
Parker, London, ca. 1810 A rare 1 keyed stained boxwood piccolo stamped: Parker, London. bone rings, head cap is missing, no cracks, good condition, length 40 cm, embouchure 9 mm.
Piccolo?, 1 key, low C Early Musical Instruments, antique stained boxwood Piccolo by Butler
 
Rudall, Carte, London 1880 A good rosewood piccolo with silver keys bearing 2 original stamps: Rudall, Carte & Co Ltd., 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, # 7367. All in very good condition needs new pads to be playable, in original wooden case bound in leather. Total length 31,5 cm, length from the middle of embouchure to the end 26 cm. embouchure1.2 cm.
Rosewood Piccolo Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo by Rudall & Carte
 
Rudall, Carte, London, 1880 A rosewood piccolo with solid silver keys bearing 2 original stamps: Rudall, Carte & Co. Ltd., 23 Berners Street, London, # 6077. Very good condition, no cracks, solid silver keywork in nice shape, metal lined head, needs new pads to make it payable, in original wooden case bound in leather. Total length 31,5 cm, length from the middle of the embouchure to the end 26,5 cm, embouchure 1 cm.
Rosewood Piccolo, 1867 System Early Musical Instruments, antique rosewood Piccolo by Rudall & Carte





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