Flute in D, cocuswood, wide German silver ferrules. Six finger holes, eight German silver keys, the foot keys plug type, the rest round and cupped, mounted in turned blocks. The pivot block of the upper C natural key has been repaired by the replacement of one side with a block held by two brass screws. Metal tuning slide and metal lined head joint. Fixed cork stopper; the cup a replacement. Sounding length (embouchure to foot) is 57.3 cm. Head cracked from end to end. Stamped: J.H. Ebblewhite 24 High Street Aldgate, London.
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