Technical description: Boxwood with ivory ferrules and brass keys. Five pieces: mouthpiece, barrel, upper section, lower section, bell. Mouthpiece: of dark wood with an ivory ferrule; the aperture flares towards the tip, increasing in width from 8 to c 11; table 14 by 55; no groove for cord; lower 12mm thickened above the ivory ferrule to strengthen the socket; tip chipped.Barrel waisted, with tenon for mouthpiece.Upper section: on top ornamented with a groove; speaker liner projects 4.5mm into bore; side throat G? in saddle. The touch for the shake key is somewhat spatulate and is turned towards the front.Lower section: levers for L4, tone-hole and key for R4 mounted in a bell-shaped swelling. Wide ivory ferrule, no thumb rest.Bell continuous, with ivory rim.All tone-holes under keys are lined with metal; all keys have modern-type pads. L0: T; speaker. L1: T; throat A?. L2: T; throat A? (long). L3: T; E?4/B?5. L4: C?4/G?5; E3/B?4; F?3/C?5. R1: T; trill throat A-B?. R2: T; B?3/F?5. R3: T; B?3/F?5. R4: T; G?3/E?5. Keymount type: wood knobs; throat A? key has a saddle; swelling. Keyhead type: round flat. Repair History: The head of the throat A? key is of slightly different design to the others; as it is the only key in a saddle it is possibly an addition. G?3/E?5 key has a steel pin in place of the original brass one, wood is damaged.