Technical description: Wood covered with varnished copper foil, with plain brass garland and brass crook; crook receiver ferrule brass with scalloped edge. The saddle for the F♯ key for R4 (its key-hole at mid-point of the bow) is mounted on a plate spanning descending and ascending tubes between the F and G key holes; no overlapping key touchpieces for right hand keys. Standard 11-key model with 12th key for L0 high on descending tube, apparently a key for B₂ with half the effective tube length of the usual L1 fingering for this note.
Keymount type: brass saddles.
Keyhead type: flat, round.
Decoration: Inside of bell painted red as was usual on serpents of the time.
R. Parks, 27.10.93; A. Myers, 27.10.93.
1065; bell 190 - 193.
Purchased by the Royal Scottish Museum from a Mr McLeod in 1914.; Lent by the Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland, NMS 1914.443 & A.