Technical description: Rosewood with german silver ferrules and keywork. Four pieces: mouthpiece, barrel, one-piece body, bell. Original named cocus wood mouthpiece marked for a ligature. Zig-zag speaker with chimney on front of the instrument. Long tailed British throat A♭ key. Ebonite bushed R2 and R3 tone-holes. C sharp mechanism. End pivoted F₃/C₅ key. 13 keys, 2 rings, 2 german silver rollers on L4 levers.
L0: T; speaker.
L1: T; throat A♮.
L2: T; throat A♭.
L3: T; cross E♭₄/B♭₅.
L4: C♯₄/G♯₅; E₃/B♮₄; F♯₃/C♯₅.
R1: T; side F₄/C₆; side E♭₄/B♭₅; side trill key for throat A-B♮ and B♭-C.
R2: T + spectacle.
R3: T + spectacle (forked B♭₃/F♮₅); cross B♭₃/F♮₅.
R4: G♯₃/E♭₅; F₃/C₅.
Keymount type: screwed in pillars.
Keyhead type: modern.
Playing accessories: Ligature, wooden reed cap.
(5010), (5011), (5012) boxed together in fitted wooden case.
Also in case: cleaner, two envelopes with old and new pads, an original Hawkes & Son card box with 9 reeds.
Bell rim loose.
A matched set with (5011) in B♭ and (5012) in A.
h. fricke, oct-dec 2006.
513, 585 with mouthpiece.
ex- Chris Tulloch, 5|Crane Road, Twickenham. His grandfather John Tulloch played them.; Bequest of Sir Nicholas Shackleton, 2006.