Flute in D, boxwood, ivory mounts. Six finger holes, one silver key, flat, square, mounted in turned ring. Fixed cork stopper. Sounding length (embouchure to foot) is 54.6 cm. A little chipping at the foot. Some bleaching of side exposed to light. Stamped: Lawson Tottenham Court Road, London (Clover mark).
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