Technical description: Cocus, with german silver keywork and ferrules. Five pieces: mouthpiece, barrel, upper section, lower section, bell. Mouthpiece dark wood with a long table, metal ligature and reed-cap. Barrel slightly bulbous. Upper section: curved speaker, tone-hole on front of the instrument. Speaker liner does not project into bore. Lower section: shaped thumb rest seems to be a later addition; patent C sharp. Ferrules are slightly convex, and bell rim is half-round.
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; additional side E♭₄/B♭₅; side F₄/C₆; 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.
Keyhead type: modern.
Keymount type: pillars.
With military-type end-loading case, not fitted, name inked inside lid (but illegible).
Touch of C♯ key broken off; upper section shipped below speaker; ligature screws damaged.
Thumb-rest has been moved and replaced, or something else has been screwed above it; mouthpiece probably not original; reed-cap fits mouthpiece, but looks too big for a C clarinet.
Current ownership: Gift of Brian Rattray, 1980.