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Keyhead type: pewter plug, screwed to keyheads; metal-lined key-holes, metal key-hole surrounds on foot. Rudall, Willis Pádraig Ó Mhaoldomhnaigh collection: Stamped "GEO. INN / LONDON", and on foot "GEO: RUDALL / WILLIS / FECIT", cocuswood, no sliding head joint, silver square flat keys, silver rings, 684 mm (Ref.: R. Mine is a nine-key flute (it goes down to low B), and it has a double touch to the B flat, which I suppose makes it a nine-and-a-half key flute. Cocus wood, eight silver keys, flat round plates, silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, round C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb pewter plug on square strike plate, two heads, one of them a patent head. 7490 Boosey & Hawkes Museum: Stamp: RUDALL / CARTE & C.

Bigio - Rudall Rose & Carte, p 157) George Rudall, Willis Private collection: Stamped "GEO. INN / LONDON", and on foot "GEO: RUDALL / WILLIS / FECIT", cocuswood, no sliding head joint, six silver square flat keys, silver rings, 684 mm (Ref.: R. Upper C key applied with both a silver saddle and key guide, may have been added near time of manufacture. It has the R&R Patent headjoint which, for those who have not seen one of these marvels, has a mechanism that lengthens the tuning slide and moves the cork when the crown is twisted. It is stamped 15, Piazza, Covent Garden, which was the firm's address from 1824 to 1837, but, as the head was patented in 1832, it must be from the later years of that period. Made about 1830 (Ref.: Rudall, Rose & Carte : the art of the flute in Britain / Robert Bigio) Rudall & Rose no. Left hand joint has 2 keys that do not look to original salt spoon keys. M.: Rudall & Rose 1 Tavistock Street Covent Garden London 3884 (Ref.: C&F September 17th, 2006 D M) Rudall & Rose no. Rudall and Carte flutes are highly regarded as some of the finest makes of flute. There is a beautiful quality to the wood with attracitve grain and detail. / 23 BERNERS STREET / OXFORD STREET / LONDON / 7484 - cocus wood, cylindrical with Boehm-style one-piece head, ten keys on pin mounts (metal unknown) - extra two being Siccama type to stop the third-finger holes, foot as Boehm flute. / 23 BERNERS STREET / OXFORD STREET / LONDON / 7490 - description: 2004.

Story goes that Jon got it many years ago as a trade for a tenor banjo in a shop in Manchester" M. The head and barrel tubes were interchanged during appraisal with those of Jem's R and R #2130 and found to be compatible." Rudall & Rose no. (correct serial number unknown)- eight silver keys, silver rings, C sharp/C overlapping, square C sharp/C strike plates. Referred by John Sebastian Morley, of the harp-making firm, J. Morley, London, who had, in turn, been referred by Walter C. This is either a flute d'amore in A, or, less likely, a band flute in high pitch A-flat, and therefore called a B-flat flute. Serial number 2008 (my best guess as it's quite faint). Starting bid was 2.500 sterling - no bids - unsold January 21, 2014. All the keys on these two joints appear to function except for the last one which is very slow in returning to the closed position, I believe this is because it requires a jolly good clean. 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2465 - Description: Flute of rosewood (cocus wood) in five pieces, with silver ferrules. Stamped on barrel and lower middle joint: RUDALL & ROSE/ LONDON. (53.7cm.), in a brass bound box with another head joint. C&F: Rudall & Rose 3260 in auction, Marietta Georgia thread, ) Rudall & Rose no. Condition is excellent, with just a stable repaired crack in the lined barrel. We have prepared the flute for sale; it plays nicely at modern pitch with a large and wonderfully rich sound. Rudall and Rose antique wooden flute for Irish music this flute is sold - this is an eight keyed simple system wooden flute, made in about 1840, which was made for professional orchestral work, but is now favored by Irish music players.

I can't vouch whether it is one flute or a combo but I've played it. Condition report: The parts disassemble easily, The head tuning slide is stiff but free. The lower mount of the barrel joint has one old hairline crack, also new crack in upper mount of barrel joint. The 4 short keys are counter sprung and pads for all the padded keys are in need of replacement. owner: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1984 - boxwood, seven silver keys (early type saltspoon) (ref: D. owner regarding key information), silver rings and horn rings as ferrules, small holes, C sharp/C-overlapping, square C sharp/C strike plates, Eb padded Rudall & Rose no. 2014) Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no 20?? Each silver ferrule is adjacent to an animal horn ferrule, positioned as a decorative element. 1928, he states: "..[DCM 817, 825 and 826] have been in my father's family many years...." DCM ledger states that G. There is acharming inscription on the silver embouchureband which datesthe flute to1835. The next 2 joints I could not get apart and did not want to force. 2465 Yale Collection of Musical Instruments: Rudall & Rose, No. Stamped on upper middle joint: RUDALL & ROSE / No 15 PIAZZA/ COVENT GARDEN/ LONDON/ 2465. London/2479, with silver keys (two lacking) and mounts, the sounding length 23 1/8in. C&F Patent head Rudall & Rose on E-Bay thread) Rudall & Rose no. 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2507, cocuswood, silver keys, pewter Eb key (Ref. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2602 -Physical description: 4 sections, tuning slide in head, foot to D. Cocus, silver cap, lip plate ferrule, keys and ferrules, pewter plug with metal-lined D#.; 59.7 cm., 73.9 cm., pewter E-flat key (C#, C, B, Bb) Provenance: Source not known. Automatic cork and tuning slide adjustment device (British Patent No. 2831, total length 665mm, sound length 587mm, case - Estimate: 2000-2500" Lot 0847-0 - Sold for 1850 24% buyer's premium 444 = 2,294, July 16th, 2016. Seller's description: "Rudall & Rose cocuswood flute. 3143 Bonhams: Lot No: 38: Brass and Wind Instruments. (2) With letter from Jonathon Hill, dated November 2007, detailing the instruments renovations. Seller's description: "We are thrilled to advertise this early, rare boxwood Rudall & Rose with silver keys. Inscribed Rudall & Rose/No.15 Piazza/Covent Garden/London/3203, which dates the flute1825-1838. 15 PIAZZA/COVENT GARDEN/LONDON/3246/Quattrefoil- (ref.: Jack Mc Leod: cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon, silver rings as ferrules, medium holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square strike plates, Eb pewter plug, head has silver cap, unclear whether patent).

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So it may well have had additional life breathed into it with appropriate replacement sections. Krell - "This was Jon Carlos' flute, you can can hear him play it on the Flute Players of Roscommon CD and Comhaltas web archives. 1795 Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctioneers UK: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1795 - boxwood, silver keys with flat cups, pewter Eb, C# and C keys without strike plates, ivory rings, head joint (possible ivory cap? Viewing: Finchcocks Musical Museum - Auction description: Lot 69 - An eight-keyed boxwood flute by Rudall and Rose, London, circa 1830 , ivory mounts, silver keys with circular covers, the E flat, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slides and stopper, stamped Rudall & Rose, No 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 1795 , with original mahogany case, sounding length 60cm. The lower body socket has a slight crack and as stated, the horn ring is missing. Historical Musical Instrument collection: Ref.: (John Mc Leod, Nov. Of 7 original animal horn ferrules, only 2 are intact, 2 are widely cracked, 3 are missing. Silver band on headjoint, foot keys have rollers and hence don't overlap. - Here I have anexceptional flute by Rudall & Rose. This is a lovely playing flute, responsive,nicely balance and with a clear tone which for me plays at 440 with the head out about 1.5 cm. owner: Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 2021 - F flute, cocus wood, ivory rings, ivory end cap, missing ivory crown, crack in barrel, bent keys, cocus sheath covering tuning slide, salt spoon Eb key, pewter C# and C keys with bushed holes instead of metal strike plates, length 22 in. E-bay listing: e Bay item number: 331863217549 - 29th May, 2016 and sold 2nd June, 2016 for 157 euros, but the winning bidder never received the flute - Sellers description: "Antique African Blackwood Rudall & Rose Flute. Extra long foot joint (B), (Pewter plugs seated in silver cups). All parts stamped with maker's name and serial number 2293. The first joint after the head joint has a crack in it (see photographs) I have photographed it from the outside and from the inside as best I can. 2479 Christies - Lot 165: An eight-keyed rosewood flute by Rudall & Rose stamped Rudall & Rose... 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2506, silver keys, pewter Eb key - owned by DL 18th Nov, 2005 (Ref. Miller Collection: DCM 0022: Rudall & Rose / Flute in C - RUDALL & ROSE / N. DCM ledger: "At one time had 11 keys; an extra lever for B-flat has been removed."Key holes system: 6 or 10 keys, round key flaps, pin in block, pewter plug over square metal plate for D#; extra B-flat foot with pewter plug over square plates, and with rollers for C, B, B-flat. Mark on cap: RUDALL & ROSE (coat of arms) / PATENTEES; on lower piece and foot: Rudall & Rose no. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2625 - Boxwood, silver keys, silver rings, saltspoon Eb key, left hand key mechanism with two open rings, prehaps for someone with a finger disabilty? G&H description: "Good 19th century English ebony eight keyed flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no. Eight sterling silver keys (the flat cups are unusual but an option on R&R flutes of this period). Extra modern head joint by Chris Abell Rudall & Rose no. Stamped Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 3143 on the body, stamped again Rudall & Rose London on the barrel and again on other parts, the silvered tuning head engraved Rudall & Rose Patentees with Royal cypher Length from embouchure to foot base 574mm (22 5/8in) with spoon and plughead silvered metal keys, with patented head, in lined and fitted case. Sold for 1960 sterling (22,244 Swedish crowns)- Sale 17966 - Bonhams - The Music Room Auction, Knightsbridge Rudall & Rose no. 2015: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3203 - boxwood, silver keys, claw type C/C-sharp touches, padded Eb key. 1840 - Silver mounts, silver keys_Stamped: quattrefoil - Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 3230 Sounding Length: 22 11/16ins, 577 mm. Lot 2 - Estimate: 600 - 800 (

Those dipping in for a quick visit can cut to the chase and see the prices and. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia. Title Sonates meles de pieces, pour la flute traversiere avec. So it may well have had additional life breathed into it with appropriate replacement sections. Krell - "This was Jon Carlos' flute, you can can hear him play it on the Flute Players of Roscommon CD and Comhaltas web archives. 1795 Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctioneers UK: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1795 - boxwood, silver keys with flat cups, pewter Eb, C# and C keys without strike plates, ivory rings, head joint (possible ivory cap? Viewing: Finchcocks Musical Museum - Auction description: Lot 69 - An eight-keyed boxwood flute by Rudall and Rose, London, circa 1830 , ivory mounts, silver keys with circular covers, the E flat, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slides and stopper, stamped Rudall & Rose, No 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 1795 , with original mahogany case, sounding length 60cm. The lower body socket has a slight crack and as stated, the horn ring is missing. Historical Musical Instrument collection: Ref.: (John Mc Leod, Nov. Of 7 original animal horn ferrules, only 2 are intact, 2 are widely cracked, 3 are missing. Silver band on headjoint, foot keys have rollers and hence don't overlap. - Here I have anexceptional flute by Rudall & Rose. This is a lovely playing flute, responsive,nicely balance and with a clear tone which for me plays at 440 with the head out about 1.5 cm. owner: Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 2021 - F flute, cocus wood, ivory rings, ivory end cap, missing ivory crown, crack in barrel, bent keys, cocus sheath covering tuning slide, salt spoon Eb key, pewter C# and C keys with bushed holes instead of metal strike plates, length 22 in. E-bay listing: e Bay item number: 331863217549 - 29th May, 2016 and sold 2nd June, 2016 for 157 euros, but the winning bidder never received the flute - Sellers description: "Antique African Blackwood Rudall & Rose Flute. Extra long foot joint (B), (Pewter plugs seated in silver cups). All parts stamped with maker's name and serial number 2293. The first joint after the head joint has a crack in it (see photographs) I have photographed it from the outside and from the inside as best I can. 2479 Christies - Lot 165: An eight-keyed rosewood flute by Rudall & Rose stamped Rudall & Rose... 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2506, silver keys, pewter Eb key - owned by DL 18th Nov, 2005 (Ref. Miller Collection: DCM 0022: Rudall & Rose / Flute in C - RUDALL & ROSE / N. DCM ledger: "At one time had 11 keys; an extra lever for B-flat has been removed."Key holes system: 6 or 10 keys, round key flaps, pin in block, pewter plug over square metal plate for D#; extra B-flat foot with pewter plug over square plates, and with rollers for C, B, B-flat. Mark on cap: RUDALL & ROSE (coat of arms) / PATENTEES; on lower piece and foot: Rudall & Rose no. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2625 - Boxwood, silver keys, silver rings, saltspoon Eb key, left hand key mechanism with two open rings, prehaps for someone with a finger disabilty? G&H description: "Good 19th century English ebony eight keyed flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no. Eight sterling silver keys (the flat cups are unusual but an option on R&R flutes of this period). Extra modern head joint by Chris Abell Rudall & Rose no. Stamped Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 3143 on the body, stamped again Rudall & Rose London on the barrel and again on other parts, the silvered tuning head engraved Rudall & Rose Patentees with Royal cypher Length from embouchure to foot base 574mm (22 5/8in) with spoon and plughead silvered metal keys, with patented head, in lined and fitted case. Sold for 1960 sterling (22,244 Swedish crowns)- Sale 17966 - Bonhams - The Music Room Auction, Knightsbridge Rudall & Rose no. 2015: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3203 - boxwood, silver keys, claw type C/C-sharp touches, padded Eb key. 1840 - Silver mounts, silver keys_Stamped: quattrefoil - Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 3230 Sounding Length: 22 11/16ins, 577 mm. Lot 2 - Estimate: 600 - 800 ($1,101 - $1,468) - sold for 1,434 ($2,631) Sale 9954 - 3 November 2004. 3246 Rudall & Rose Stamp: Quattrefoil /RUDALL&ROSE/No. TAVISTOCK STREET / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / "19" (See below Sotheby's own description of the serial number) - Rudall & Rose (fl London 1821-1852) A ten-keyed rosewood flute London, circa 1848 - silver engine-turned mounts, silver keys with salt spoon cup covers, the B flat, B, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, the B flat, B and C key touchpieces with rollers . 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, *19* - sounding length 25 7/8in., 65.7cm. 233, 25th November, 2003 - Estimate 3,000 3,500 Rudall & Rose no. - "The upper body is stamped 1747, which would make it be pretty early, instead. The head was split on the back of the head, with another close to the embouchure." K. Cocus, silver patented tuning screw cap and ferrule at embouchure, silver keys, ferrules. The lower body tenon has a double crack and the foot socket has 2 cracks. C#, C key block missing wood-separating element, and front side of block broken and replaced. Headjoint tenon slots into left hand joint, ie the reverse of the usual practice. Source spotted on Ebay, Jan, 2014 Rudall & Rose no. E-Bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2008? "Antique 8 key Flute by Rudall & Rose - Beautifully made flute with silver keys. nine silver keys and rings, saltspoon Eb key, pewter C, C# and B keys with rollers on C and B key touches, pinned head joint. I am not an expert on flutes by any means and am trying to list as many faults as I can see so please email me for further description and/or photographs you may require. 2831 E-bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2831 - Cocuswood, eight flat silver keys, claw C# & C touch, pewter E-flat key, square strike plates, silver rings, original box, hinge unbroken. I have always assumed that that (and perhaps a good quality repair to the socket of the heartpiece) was done by the RC firm. Claw type C/C-sharp touches, pewter plugs on round strike plates, Eb padded.. 3230 Christies: A nine-keyed Cocuswood flute by Rudall & Rose circa.Gardiner & Houlgate auction, lot nr 0846-0: estimated price 3000-4000. Metal-lined holes over metal plates for D#, C#, and C. George Rudall, and Rudall & Rose Christies: Lot 250: A silver and ivory mounted six keyed boxwood flute by Rudall & Rose, stamped on the joints Geo. Tavistock Street Covent Garden London - no serial number, cocuswood, silver flat round keys, pewter E-flat key och C & C-sharp keys, 664 mm (Ref.: R. This flute can be heard on a tape that the Green Mountain Volunteers put out in 1982, if you can find it. Sold for $5500 buyer's premium 24% (online bid) or 21% (live bid) (Photo cop. 3283 Ref.: Jack Mc Leod: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3283 - cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon), silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb padded. This is an old 8 keyed flute by Rudall Carte serial no. It is in superb condition without cracks or damage of any kind and with no old repairs. Pads look good but are old and a re-pad may be needed to restore good playing condition. 1857-71 - 20 Charing Cross as Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co. 1878-1955 - 23 Berners Street Rudall, Rose & Carte: The art of the flute in Britain /Robert Bigio.

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So it may well have had additional life breathed into it with appropriate replacement sections. Krell - "This was Jon Carlos' flute, you can can hear him play it on the Flute Players of Roscommon CD and Comhaltas web archives. 1795 Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctioneers UK: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1795 - boxwood, silver keys with flat cups, pewter Eb, C# and C keys without strike plates, ivory rings, head joint (possible ivory cap? Viewing: Finchcocks Musical Museum - Auction description: Lot 69 - An eight-keyed boxwood flute by Rudall and Rose, London, circa 1830 , ivory mounts, silver keys with circular covers, the E flat, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slides and stopper, stamped Rudall & Rose, No 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 1795 , with original mahogany case, sounding length 60cm. The lower body socket has a slight crack and as stated, the horn ring is missing. Historical Musical Instrument collection: Ref.: (John Mc Leod, Nov. Of 7 original animal horn ferrules, only 2 are intact, 2 are widely cracked, 3 are missing. Silver band on headjoint, foot keys have rollers and hence don't overlap. - Here I have anexceptional flute by Rudall & Rose. This is a lovely playing flute, responsive,nicely balance and with a clear tone which for me plays at 440 with the head out about 1.5 cm. owner: Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 2021 - F flute, cocus wood, ivory rings, ivory end cap, missing ivory crown, crack in barrel, bent keys, cocus sheath covering tuning slide, salt spoon Eb key, pewter C# and C keys with bushed holes instead of metal strike plates, length 22 in. E-bay listing: e Bay item number: 331863217549 - 29th May, 2016 and sold 2nd June, 2016 for 157 euros, but the winning bidder never received the flute - Sellers description: "Antique African Blackwood Rudall & Rose Flute. Extra long foot joint (B), (Pewter plugs seated in silver cups). All parts stamped with maker's name and serial number 2293. The first joint after the head joint has a crack in it (see photographs) I have photographed it from the outside and from the inside as best I can. 2479 Christies - Lot 165: An eight-keyed rosewood flute by Rudall & Rose stamped Rudall & Rose... 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2506, silver keys, pewter Eb key - owned by DL 18th Nov, 2005 (Ref. Miller Collection: DCM 0022: Rudall & Rose / Flute in C - RUDALL & ROSE / N. DCM ledger: "At one time had 11 keys; an extra lever for B-flat has been removed."Key holes system: 6 or 10 keys, round key flaps, pin in block, pewter plug over square metal plate for D#; extra B-flat foot with pewter plug over square plates, and with rollers for C, B, B-flat. Mark on cap: RUDALL & ROSE (coat of arms) / PATENTEES; on lower piece and foot: Rudall & Rose no. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2625 - Boxwood, silver keys, silver rings, saltspoon Eb key, left hand key mechanism with two open rings, prehaps for someone with a finger disabilty? G&H description: "Good 19th century English ebony eight keyed flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no. Eight sterling silver keys (the flat cups are unusual but an option on R&R flutes of this period). Extra modern head joint by Chris Abell Rudall & Rose no. Stamped Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 3143 on the body, stamped again Rudall & Rose London on the barrel and again on other parts, the silvered tuning head engraved Rudall & Rose Patentees with Royal cypher Length from embouchure to foot base 574mm (22 5/8in) with spoon and plughead silvered metal keys, with patented head, in lined and fitted case. Sold for 1960 sterling (22,244 Swedish crowns)- Sale 17966 - Bonhams - The Music Room Auction, Knightsbridge Rudall & Rose no. 2015: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3203 - boxwood, silver keys, claw type C/C-sharp touches, padded Eb key. 1840 - Silver mounts, silver keys_Stamped: quattrefoil - Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 3230 Sounding Length: 22 11/16ins, 577 mm. Lot 2 - Estimate: 600 - 800 ($1,101 - $1,468) - sold for 1,434 ($2,631) Sale 9954 - 3 November 2004. 3246 Rudall & Rose Stamp: Quattrefoil /RUDALL&ROSE/No.

TAVISTOCK STREET / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / "19" (See below Sotheby's own description of the serial number) - Rudall & Rose (fl London 1821-1852) A ten-keyed rosewood flute London, circa 1848 - silver engine-turned mounts, silver keys with salt spoon cup covers, the B flat, B, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, the B flat, B and C key touchpieces with rollers . 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, *19* - sounding length 25 7/8in., 65.7cm. 233, 25th November, 2003 - Estimate 3,000 3,500 Rudall & Rose no. - "The upper body is stamped 1747, which would make it be pretty early, instead. The head was split on the back of the head, with another close to the embouchure." K. Cocus, silver patented tuning screw cap and ferrule at embouchure, silver keys, ferrules. The lower body tenon has a double crack and the foot socket has 2 cracks. C#, C key block missing wood-separating element, and front side of block broken and replaced. Headjoint tenon slots into left hand joint, ie the reverse of the usual practice. Source spotted on Ebay, Jan, 2014 Rudall & Rose no. E-Bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2008? "Antique 8 key Flute by Rudall & Rose - Beautifully made flute with silver keys. nine silver keys and rings, saltspoon Eb key, pewter C, C# and B keys with rollers on C and B key touches, pinned head joint. I am not an expert on flutes by any means and am trying to list as many faults as I can see so please email me for further description and/or photographs you may require. 2831 E-bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2831 - Cocuswood, eight flat silver keys, claw C# & C touch, pewter E-flat key, square strike plates, silver rings, original box, hinge unbroken. I have always assumed that that (and perhaps a good quality repair to the socket of the heartpiece) was done by the RC firm. Claw type C/C-sharp touches, pewter plugs on round strike plates, Eb padded.. 3230 Christies: A nine-keyed Cocuswood flute by Rudall & Rose circa.

Gardiner & Houlgate auction, lot nr 0846-0: estimated price 3000-4000. Metal-lined holes over metal plates for D#, C#, and C. George Rudall, and Rudall & Rose Christies: Lot 250: A silver and ivory mounted six keyed boxwood flute by Rudall & Rose, stamped on the joints Geo. Tavistock Street Covent Garden London - no serial number, cocuswood, silver flat round keys, pewter E-flat key och C & C-sharp keys, 664 mm (Ref.: R. This flute can be heard on a tape that the Green Mountain Volunteers put out in 1982, if you can find it. Sold for $5500 buyer's premium 24% (online bid) or 21% (live bid) (Photo cop. 3283 Ref.: Jack Mc Leod: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3283 - cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon), silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb padded. This is an old 8 keyed flute by Rudall Carte serial no. It is in superb condition without cracks or damage of any kind and with no old repairs. Pads look good but are old and a re-pad may be needed to restore good playing condition. 1857-71 - 20 Charing Cross as Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co. 1878-1955 - 23 Berners Street Rudall, Rose & Carte: The art of the flute in Britain /Robert Bigio.

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Those dipping in for a quick visit can cut to the chase and see the prices and. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia. Title Sonates meles de pieces, pour la flute traversiere avec. So it may well have had additional life breathed into it with appropriate replacement sections. Krell - "This was Jon Carlos' flute, you can can hear him play it on the Flute Players of Roscommon CD and Comhaltas web archives. 1795 Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctioneers UK: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1795 - boxwood, silver keys with flat cups, pewter Eb, C# and C keys without strike plates, ivory rings, head joint (possible ivory cap? Viewing: Finchcocks Musical Museum - Auction description: Lot 69 - An eight-keyed boxwood flute by Rudall and Rose, London, circa 1830 , ivory mounts, silver keys with circular covers, the E flat, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slides and stopper, stamped Rudall & Rose, No 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 1795 , with original mahogany case, sounding length 60cm. The lower body socket has a slight crack and as stated, the horn ring is missing. Historical Musical Instrument collection: Ref.: (John Mc Leod, Nov. Of 7 original animal horn ferrules, only 2 are intact, 2 are widely cracked, 3 are missing. Silver band on headjoint, foot keys have rollers and hence don't overlap. - Here I have anexceptional flute by Rudall & Rose. This is a lovely playing flute, responsive,nicely balance and with a clear tone which for me plays at 440 with the head out about 1.5 cm. owner: Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 2021 - F flute, cocus wood, ivory rings, ivory end cap, missing ivory crown, crack in barrel, bent keys, cocus sheath covering tuning slide, salt spoon Eb key, pewter C# and C keys with bushed holes instead of metal strike plates, length 22 in. E-bay listing: e Bay item number: 331863217549 - 29th May, 2016 and sold 2nd June, 2016 for 157 euros, but the winning bidder never received the flute - Sellers description: "Antique African Blackwood Rudall & Rose Flute. Extra long foot joint (B), (Pewter plugs seated in silver cups). All parts stamped with maker's name and serial number 2293. The first joint after the head joint has a crack in it (see photographs) I have photographed it from the outside and from the inside as best I can. 2479 Christies - Lot 165: An eight-keyed rosewood flute by Rudall & Rose stamped Rudall & Rose... 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2506, silver keys, pewter Eb key - owned by DL 18th Nov, 2005 (Ref. Miller Collection: DCM 0022: Rudall & Rose / Flute in C - RUDALL & ROSE / N. DCM ledger: "At one time had 11 keys; an extra lever for B-flat has been removed."Key holes system: 6 or 10 keys, round key flaps, pin in block, pewter plug over square metal plate for D#; extra B-flat foot with pewter plug over square plates, and with rollers for C, B, B-flat. Mark on cap: RUDALL & ROSE (coat of arms) / PATENTEES; on lower piece and foot: Rudall & Rose no. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2625 - Boxwood, silver keys, silver rings, saltspoon Eb key, left hand key mechanism with two open rings, prehaps for someone with a finger disabilty? G&H description: "Good 19th century English ebony eight keyed flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no. Eight sterling silver keys (the flat cups are unusual but an option on R&R flutes of this period). Extra modern head joint by Chris Abell Rudall & Rose no. Stamped Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 3143 on the body, stamped again Rudall & Rose London on the barrel and again on other parts, the silvered tuning head engraved Rudall & Rose Patentees with Royal cypher Length from embouchure to foot base 574mm (22 5/8in) with spoon and plughead silvered metal keys, with patented head, in lined and fitted case. Sold for 1960 sterling (22,244 Swedish crowns)- Sale 17966 - Bonhams - The Music Room Auction, Knightsbridge Rudall & Rose no. 2015: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3203 - boxwood, silver keys, claw type C/C-sharp touches, padded Eb key. 1840 - Silver mounts, silver keys_Stamped: quattrefoil - Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 3230 Sounding Length: 22 11/16ins, 577 mm. Lot 2 - Estimate: 600 - 800 ($1,101 - $1,468) - sold for 1,434 ($2,631) Sale 9954 - 3 November 2004. 3246 Rudall & Rose Stamp: Quattrefoil /RUDALL&ROSE/No. TAVISTOCK STREET / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / "19" (See below Sotheby's own description of the serial number) - Rudall & Rose (fl London 1821-1852) A ten-keyed rosewood flute London, circa 1848 - silver engine-turned mounts, silver keys with salt spoon cup covers, the B flat, B, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, the B flat, B and C key touchpieces with rollers . 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, *19* - sounding length 25 7/8in., 65.7cm. 233, 25th November, 2003 - Estimate 3,000 3,500 Rudall & Rose no. - "The upper body is stamped 1747, which would make it be pretty early, instead. The head was split on the back of the head, with another close to the embouchure." K. Cocus, silver patented tuning screw cap and ferrule at embouchure, silver keys, ferrules. The lower body tenon has a double crack and the foot socket has 2 cracks. C#, C key block missing wood-separating element, and front side of block broken and replaced. Headjoint tenon slots into left hand joint, ie the reverse of the usual practice. Source spotted on Ebay, Jan, 2014 Rudall & Rose no. E-Bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2008? "Antique 8 key Flute by Rudall & Rose - Beautifully made flute with silver keys. nine silver keys and rings, saltspoon Eb key, pewter C, C# and B keys with rollers on C and B key touches, pinned head joint. I am not an expert on flutes by any means and am trying to list as many faults as I can see so please email me for further description and/or photographs you may require. 2831 E-bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2831 - Cocuswood, eight flat silver keys, claw C# & C touch, pewter E-flat key, square strike plates, silver rings, original box, hinge unbroken. I have always assumed that that (and perhaps a good quality repair to the socket of the heartpiece) was done by the RC firm. Claw type C/C-sharp touches, pewter plugs on round strike plates, Eb padded.. 3230 Christies: A nine-keyed Cocuswood flute by Rudall & Rose circa.Gardiner & Houlgate auction, lot nr 0846-0: estimated price 3000-4000. Metal-lined holes over metal plates for D#, C#, and C. George Rudall, and Rudall & Rose Christies: Lot 250: A silver and ivory mounted six keyed boxwood flute by Rudall & Rose, stamped on the joints Geo. Tavistock Street Covent Garden London - no serial number, cocuswood, silver flat round keys, pewter E-flat key och C & C-sharp keys, 664 mm (Ref.: R. This flute can be heard on a tape that the Green Mountain Volunteers put out in 1982, if you can find it. Sold for $5500 buyer's premium 24% (online bid) or 21% (live bid) (Photo cop. 3283 Ref.: Jack Mc Leod: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3283 - cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon), silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb padded. This is an old 8 keyed flute by Rudall Carte serial no. It is in superb condition without cracks or damage of any kind and with no old repairs. Pads look good but are old and a re-pad may be needed to restore good playing condition. 1857-71 - 20 Charing Cross as Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co. 1878-1955 - 23 Berners Street Rudall, Rose & Carte: The art of the flute in Britain /Robert Bigio.

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So it may well have had additional life breathed into it with appropriate replacement sections. Krell - "This was Jon Carlos' flute, you can can hear him play it on the Flute Players of Roscommon CD and Comhaltas web archives. 1795 Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctioneers UK: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 1795 - boxwood, silver keys with flat cups, pewter Eb, C# and C keys without strike plates, ivory rings, head joint (possible ivory cap? Viewing: Finchcocks Musical Museum - Auction description: Lot 69 - An eight-keyed boxwood flute by Rudall and Rose, London, circa 1830 , ivory mounts, silver keys with circular covers, the E flat, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, graduated tuning slides and stopper, stamped Rudall & Rose, No 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 1795 , with original mahogany case, sounding length 60cm. The lower body socket has a slight crack and as stated, the horn ring is missing. Historical Musical Instrument collection: Ref.: (John Mc Leod, Nov. Of 7 original animal horn ferrules, only 2 are intact, 2 are widely cracked, 3 are missing. Silver band on headjoint, foot keys have rollers and hence don't overlap. - Here I have anexceptional flute by Rudall & Rose. This is a lovely playing flute, responsive,nicely balance and with a clear tone which for me plays at 440 with the head out about 1.5 cm. owner: Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 2021 - F flute, cocus wood, ivory rings, ivory end cap, missing ivory crown, crack in barrel, bent keys, cocus sheath covering tuning slide, salt spoon Eb key, pewter C# and C keys with bushed holes instead of metal strike plates, length 22 in. E-bay listing: e Bay item number: 331863217549 - 29th May, 2016 and sold 2nd June, 2016 for 157 euros, but the winning bidder never received the flute - Sellers description: "Antique African Blackwood Rudall & Rose Flute. Extra long foot joint (B), (Pewter plugs seated in silver cups). All parts stamped with maker's name and serial number 2293. The first joint after the head joint has a crack in it (see photographs) I have photographed it from the outside and from the inside as best I can. 2479 Christies - Lot 165: An eight-keyed rosewood flute by Rudall & Rose stamped Rudall & Rose... 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 2506, silver keys, pewter Eb key - owned by DL 18th Nov, 2005 (Ref. Miller Collection: DCM 0022: Rudall & Rose / Flute in C - RUDALL & ROSE / N. DCM ledger: "At one time had 11 keys; an extra lever for B-flat has been removed."Key holes system: 6 or 10 keys, round key flaps, pin in block, pewter plug over square metal plate for D#; extra B-flat foot with pewter plug over square plates, and with rollers for C, B, B-flat. Mark on cap: RUDALL & ROSE (coat of arms) / PATENTEES; on lower piece and foot: Rudall & Rose no. 15 PIAZZA / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / 2625 - Boxwood, silver keys, silver rings, saltspoon Eb key, left hand key mechanism with two open rings, prehaps for someone with a finger disabilty? G&H description: "Good 19th century English ebony eight keyed flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, no. Eight sterling silver keys (the flat cups are unusual but an option on R&R flutes of this period). Extra modern head joint by Chris Abell Rudall & Rose no. Stamped Rudall & Rose No 15 Piazza Covent Garden London 3143 on the body, stamped again Rudall & Rose London on the barrel and again on other parts, the silvered tuning head engraved Rudall & Rose Patentees with Royal cypher Length from embouchure to foot base 574mm (22 5/8in) with spoon and plughead silvered metal keys, with patented head, in lined and fitted case. Sold for 1960 sterling (22,244 Swedish crowns)- Sale 17966 - Bonhams - The Music Room Auction, Knightsbridge Rudall & Rose no. 2015: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3203 - boxwood, silver keys, claw type C/C-sharp touches, padded Eb key. 1840 - Silver mounts, silver keys_Stamped: quattrefoil - Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London, 3230 Sounding Length: 22 11/16ins, 577 mm. Lot 2 - Estimate: 600 - 800 ($1,101 - $1,468) - sold for 1,434 ($2,631) Sale 9954 - 3 November 2004. 3246 Rudall & Rose Stamp: Quattrefoil /RUDALL&ROSE/No.

TAVISTOCK STREET / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / "19" (See below Sotheby's own description of the serial number) - Rudall & Rose (fl London 1821-1852) A ten-keyed rosewood flute London, circa 1848 - silver engine-turned mounts, silver keys with salt spoon cup covers, the B flat, B, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, the B flat, B and C key touchpieces with rollers . 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, *19* - sounding length 25 7/8in., 65.7cm. 233, 25th November, 2003 - Estimate 3,000 3,500 Rudall & Rose no. - "The upper body is stamped 1747, which would make it be pretty early, instead. The head was split on the back of the head, with another close to the embouchure." K. Cocus, silver patented tuning screw cap and ferrule at embouchure, silver keys, ferrules. The lower body tenon has a double crack and the foot socket has 2 cracks. C#, C key block missing wood-separating element, and front side of block broken and replaced. Headjoint tenon slots into left hand joint, ie the reverse of the usual practice. Source spotted on Ebay, Jan, 2014 Rudall & Rose no. E-Bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2008? "Antique 8 key Flute by Rudall & Rose - Beautifully made flute with silver keys. nine silver keys and rings, saltspoon Eb key, pewter C, C# and B keys with rollers on C and B key touches, pinned head joint. I am not an expert on flutes by any means and am trying to list as many faults as I can see so please email me for further description and/or photographs you may require. 2831 E-bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2831 - Cocuswood, eight flat silver keys, claw C# & C touch, pewter E-flat key, square strike plates, silver rings, original box, hinge unbroken. I have always assumed that that (and perhaps a good quality repair to the socket of the heartpiece) was done by the RC firm. Claw type C/C-sharp touches, pewter plugs on round strike plates, Eb padded.. 3230 Christies: A nine-keyed Cocuswood flute by Rudall & Rose circa.

Gardiner & Houlgate auction, lot nr 0846-0: estimated price 3000-4000. Metal-lined holes over metal plates for D#, C#, and C. George Rudall, and Rudall & Rose Christies: Lot 250: A silver and ivory mounted six keyed boxwood flute by Rudall & Rose, stamped on the joints Geo. Tavistock Street Covent Garden London - no serial number, cocuswood, silver flat round keys, pewter E-flat key och C & C-sharp keys, 664 mm (Ref.: R. This flute can be heard on a tape that the Green Mountain Volunteers put out in 1982, if you can find it. Sold for $5500 buyer's premium 24% (online bid) or 21% (live bid) (Photo cop. 3283 Ref.: Jack Mc Leod: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3283 - cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon), silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb padded. This is an old 8 keyed flute by Rudall Carte serial no. It is in superb condition without cracks or damage of any kind and with no old repairs. Pads look good but are old and a re-pad may be needed to restore good playing condition. 1857-71 - 20 Charing Cross as Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co. 1878-1955 - 23 Berners Street Rudall, Rose & Carte: The art of the flute in Britain /Robert Bigio.

,468) - sold for 1,434 (,631) Sale 9954 - 3 November 2004. 3246 Rudall & Rose Stamp: Quattrefoil /RUDALL&ROSE/No.

TAVISTOCK STREET / COVENT GARDEN / LONDON / "19" (See below Sotheby's own description of the serial number) - Rudall & Rose (fl London 1821-1852) A ten-keyed rosewood flute London, circa 1848 - silver engine-turned mounts, silver keys with salt spoon cup covers, the B flat, B, C and C sharp keys with pewter plugs, the B flat, B and C key touchpieces with rollers . 1, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, *19* - sounding length 25 7/8in., 65.7cm. 233, 25th November, 2003 - Estimate 3,000 3,500 Rudall & Rose no. - "The upper body is stamped 1747, which would make it be pretty early, instead. The head was split on the back of the head, with another close to the embouchure." K. Cocus, silver patented tuning screw cap and ferrule at embouchure, silver keys, ferrules. The lower body tenon has a double crack and the foot socket has 2 cracks. C#, C key block missing wood-separating element, and front side of block broken and replaced. Headjoint tenon slots into left hand joint, ie the reverse of the usual practice. Source spotted on Ebay, Jan, 2014 Rudall & Rose no. E-Bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2008? "Antique 8 key Flute by Rudall & Rose - Beautifully made flute with silver keys. nine silver keys and rings, saltspoon Eb key, pewter C, C# and B keys with rollers on C and B key touches, pinned head joint. I am not an expert on flutes by any means and am trying to list as many faults as I can see so please email me for further description and/or photographs you may require. 2831 E-bay listing: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 2831 - Cocuswood, eight flat silver keys, claw C# & C touch, pewter E-flat key, square strike plates, silver rings, original box, hinge unbroken. I have always assumed that that (and perhaps a good quality repair to the socket of the heartpiece) was done by the RC firm. Claw type C/C-sharp touches, pewter plugs on round strike plates, Eb padded.. 3230 Christies: A nine-keyed Cocuswood flute by Rudall & Rose circa.

Gardiner & Houlgate auction, lot nr 0846-0: estimated price 3000-4000. Metal-lined holes over metal plates for D#, C#, and C. George Rudall, and Rudall & Rose Christies: Lot 250: A silver and ivory mounted six keyed boxwood flute by Rudall & Rose, stamped on the joints Geo. Tavistock Street Covent Garden London - no serial number, cocuswood, silver flat round keys, pewter E-flat key och C & C-sharp keys, 664 mm (Ref.: R. This flute can be heard on a tape that the Green Mountain Volunteers put out in 1982, if you can find it. Sold for 00 buyer's premium 24% (online bid) or 21% (live bid) (Photo cop. 3283 Ref.: Jack Mc Leod: Rudall & Rose, 15 Piazza, Covent Garden, London 3283 - cocus wood, eight silver keys (later type flatter saltspoon), silver rings as ferrules, small holes, C/C-sharp interlocking, square C/C-sharp strike plates, Eb padded. This is an old 8 keyed flute by Rudall Carte serial no. It is in superb condition without cracks or damage of any kind and with no old repairs. Pads look good but are old and a re-pad may be needed to restore good playing condition. 1857-71 - 20 Charing Cross as Rudall, Rose, Carte & Co. 1878-1955 - 23 Berners Street Rudall, Rose & Carte: The art of the flute in Britain /Robert Bigio.