Flute. Nominal pitch: C.
Technical description: Ivory; 3 sections (lower body and foot in one piece); silver keys; 4 silver ferrules; graduated stopper, with wooden screw; no tuning-slide; slightly oval embouchure-hole; silver-lined sockets; socket at top of upper body, tenon on head; overlapping low C/C♯ touches. The word "patent" in the inscription refers to the pads mounted on central screws from Monzani's 1807 patent; and to the lower body and foot in one piece and the metal-lined sockets from his 1812 patent (G.B. Patent Nos. 3074, 19th October 1807 and 3586, 16th July 1812). L0: B♭. L1: T. L2: T. L3: T. L4: G♯; long F. R1: T; C; dup B♭. R2: T. R3: T; cross F. R4: D♯; low C♯; low C. Keymount type: ring/knob. Keyhead type: flat round; felt pads mounted on central screws. Repair History: The wooden screw may be a replacement for an ivory one.