Flute, Radcliff system, metal / wood, made by Rudall Carte & Co Ltd, London, England, 1912

Made 1912

Flute, Radcliff system, metal/wood, Rudall Carte & Co Ltd, London, England, 1912.

Radcliff system flute made of cocus wood with silver keywork. High pitch.

Summary

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Flute, Radcliff system, metal/wood, Rudall Carte & Co Ltd, London, England, 1912.

Radcliff system flute made of cocus wood with silver keywork. High pitch.

Production

Made by Barker at Rudall Carte 31st July, 1912.
1912

Source

This instrument is part of an acquisition donated by Leslie Barklamb, Judith Turnley and Gwen Colyer, 1993
26 March, 1993

Cite this Object

Flute, Radcliff system, metal / wood, made by Rudall Carte & Co Ltd, London, England, 1912 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 November 2017, <https://ma.as/130519>
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