Missing: Olwell keyed flute in cocus wood

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Missing: Olwell keyed flute in cocus wood

Post by wolvy »

This from Ben Power:

Have lost my flute, while down in DC. Beginning to panic. It is a brown (cocus) wood flute made by Patrick Olwell with six silver keys and silver rings and the top joint wrapped with thread. It is in a black flute case with a soft black leather slip case with a zip pocket over it. Shobukan folk in particular, please keep an eye out for it.
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