RUDALL CARTE & CO.
SERIAL NUMBER 2326
RESTORED BY EXPERT RESTORATION TECH
RUDALL CARTE RESTORED CASE
The venerable firm of Rudall, Carte & Co. began as Rudall & Rose (1821–1852), became Rudall Rose Carte & Co. (1852–1871), and operated as Rudall, Carte & Co. past 1950. They offered a wide variety of flutes from the beginning, and were instrumental in manufacturing and promoting the Boehm flute and other cylindrical flutes in England.
Although Rudall Carte wanted one of their own fingering system designs to be adopted as the world's standard for flute, this was the most popular style flute ordered by flutists from circa 1870 to the turn of the century
his flute features characteristic Art Deco Style French Key Arms in nickel silver
Closed G sharp or what most Boehm flutes now feature
Beautiful sharp french oval embouchure
Play A 440 - 442 Hz or Concert Pitch by pulling out head joint
HP or 452 Hz instrument
Carefully disassembled and fully restored by wooden instrument restoration expert
Restoration Credits to Mr. Jerry Schurr
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(248) 885 2583