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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2002 5:32 pm 
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I am ready to let go of part of my collection. I will sell them for around current retail. Add $5 per item for shipping.

Ralph Sweet 4-key Rosewood flute, silver keys - $500

M&E D polymer flute, no metal rings, not the new Rudall bore - $295

Dixon 3-piece polymer flute - $175

Eugene Lambe blackwood D flute with silver-plated headjoint assembly, polymer embouchure plate, see his website - http://homepage.tinet.ie/~mirian/elambe/page3.html - for a picture - $405

Please contact me via e-mail with questions or interest.

Jessie


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Look out,people...Jessie's collecting money for that 8-key Wilkes....or is it a 6-key Olwell...or is it the 24K Copley headjoint?

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I have become obsessed with, !gasp!, concert flutes.

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Didn't you say you had a Haynes?


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No, I don't have a Haynes.


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The Dixon 3-piece is sold.


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On 2002-03-13 20:47, JessieK wrote:
No, I don't have a Haynes.


How about a "Mitsubishi"? :smile:


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If any of you are looking for a 3 Piece Polymer Dixon, I am selling one on Ebay, Item #850918131. I readily admit I am collecting money for a new flute.
Aren't Haynes flutes like twelve thousand dollars? (please note the exaggeration)
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Actually, that isn't an exaggeration, depending on the material.

In the way of concert flutes, for those who want to know, I have two Muramatsu flutes (or is it Mitsubishi?), a Lillian Burkart flute, and now a Powell (flute of my dreams, a wooden concert flute with silver keys). I also have a student (Blessing) flute that I can play when I don't feel like brushing my teeth or washing my hands.

Jessie


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