Technical description: Boxwood; 8 sections; silver keys; silver cutter on right-hand pipe; ivory ferrules, mouthpiece and top caps; left-hand pipe has 5 finger-holes (top one containing ebony plug), and keys for D, F♯ (open-standing), F♮ and D♯; right-hand pipe has 3 finger-holes, and keys for C (thumb, with ebony plug in key-hole), B, F and low D (open-standing); `New' (high) C key on lower part of head section (LH pipe), played with L0; two parallel pipes connected at top between caps; ivory mouthpiece at side of RH pipe; large vent-hole at foot of each pipe; lip operated cutter on RH pipe. Keymount type: ring/knob. Keyhead type: 5 flat square, notched and chamfered; 2 flat round, open-standing (for F♯ and low D); 2 saltspoon.
Edgar Hunt, 1985; Arnold Myers, 1982; E.|Smith, 2010.
Bought by H.I. Brackenbury from H. Godley in April 1927 for £1/16/0.; Government Allocation to the University, 1991.