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421.222.12

Double flageolet, boxwood, ivory mounts, mouthpiece and finger guides. Tubes of equal length, each with four flat octagonal keys of silver of German silver, two wind-cutter keys; all mounted in turned blocks or rings. Sounding length (lip to foot) is 34.6 cm. A chip at the foot of the left hand tube. One guide missing. Stamped: Bainbridge 35 Holborn Hill, London (marked New Patent, with royal coat of arms).
overall: 495 x 68 mm

Double flageolet, boxwood, ivory mounts, mouthpiece and finger guides. Tubes of equal length, each with four flat octagonal keys of silver or German silver, two wind-cutter keys; all mounted in turned blocks or rings. Sounding length (lip to foot) is 34.6 cm. A chip at the foot of the left hand tube. One guide missing. Stamped: Bainbridge 35 Holborn Hill, London (marked New Patent, with royal coat of arms).

Double flageolet. Boxwood, ivory ferrules, mouthpiece and studs; silver or German silver keywork . Tubes of equal length, each with four flat octagonal keys; two cutter keys; all keys mounted in turned blocks or rings. A chip at the foot of the left hand tube. One stud missing. Stamped: Bainbridge 35 Holborn Hill, London (marked New Patent, with royal coat of arms).

The double flageolet offers the performer the potential for harmony.

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