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Flute attributed to Louis Lot, Paris, ca. 1849-1850

NMM 3515.  Flute attributed to Louis Lot, Paris, ca. 1849-1850

NMM 3515. Flute attributed to Louis Lot, Paris, ca. 1849-1850. Distributed by Rudall & Rose, London. No serial number. Stamped on body (in script):  Rudall & Rose / Patentees / 38 Southhampton St Strand / London. Parabolic head, cylindrical body. Three sections. German-silver-plated tube. Silver-plated body, keys, raised lip plate, and screw-cap. Boehm 1832 key system, open G-sharp, Briccialdi B-flat. Post and axle supports. Lowest note c'. Total length, 669.2 mm. Sounding length, 592.1 mm. Original case. W. Wayne Sorensen Collection, 1984.


Details of Key Work

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Detail of key work, front

Front view

Detail of key work, back

Back view

Keys at upper end of boy

Keys at upper end of body

Keys at lower end of body

Keys at lower end of body

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