Technical description: Boxwood with horn ferrules and brass keywork. Five pieces: mouthpiece, barrel, upper section, lower section, bell. Ferrules half-round on bell and lower section, tapered with rim on barrel.Mouthpiece of darker wood, with short table and grooved for cord.Barrel long (64.5mm), fusiform.Upper section: throat A? in brass saddle, perhaps later addition, the less good recessed wood to fit the key supports this supposition; speaker straight, liner projects into bore; tone-holes of speaker and F?3/C?5 keys lined with brass.Lower section: lever for F?3/C?5 seems to be bent; tone-hole for F3/C5 in block; no thumb rest.Bell widely flared, with integral wood rim. L0: T; straight speaker. L1: T; straight throat A?; short side throat A?. L2: T. L3: T. L4: cross C?4/G?5; E3/B?4; F?3/C?5. R1: T. R2: T. R3: T. R4: T; G?3/E?5. Keymount type: blocks except for A? key which has a brass saddle with screw; leaf springs; touches of B? and C? keys are shaped so as to clear the prominent ferrule. Keyhead type: E3/B?4 and G?3/E?5 keys have flat round heads rivetted to shank; others similar but integral. Repair History: A? key, of a different shape to the others and mounted in a neat saddle, may be later addition; Block for cross C?4/G?5 broken out and replaced; replacement broken and neatly repaired by capping with brass; a crack in the bell rim has been repaired leaving a triangular distorted uncoloured patch where the wood has been made flush with the rest of the rim.