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Clarinet made of boxwood in four sections (upper, middle and lower joints, and bell) with brass keywork. The barrel and the ferrules are missing, and the sockets of the middle joint and bell are severely damaged. It has accommodation for nine flat, round-cover keys (two missing), mounted in knobs, raised rings and lower stock bulge, with flat springs attached to keys. This instrument was probably done during the Pace brothers, Frederick and Charles, partnership era.

  • Measurements:Height of bell: 113mm; Bell diameter: 60mm; Height of middle/lower joints: 220mm; Height of upper joint: 200mm