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NMM 6047. Flute by Uzal Miner, Hartford, Connecticut, ca. 1811-1822

 NMM 6047.  Flute by Uzal Miner, Hartford, Connecticut, ca. 1811-1822

Flute by Uzal Miner, Hartford, Connecticut, ca. 1811-1822

NMM 6047. Flute by Uzal Miner, Hartford, Connecticut, ca. 1811-1822. Stamped on all joints: MINER / HARTFORD. Conical. Three sections. Boxwood with brass ferrule, one key (missing). Total length, 22-3/4" (580 mm). This rare instrument is the only known, extant, complete flute by Uzal Miner. Ex coll.: Jack E. Werner, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Board of Trustees, 1997.


Maker's Signature

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Signature branded on head joint

Brand on Head Joint

Signature branded on upper body joint
Signature branded on lower body joint

Brand on Upper Body Joint

Brand on Lower Body Joint


Details of Head Joint and Foot Joint

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Head Joint

Foot Joint

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