Lost/Stolen Olwell flute - FOUND

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Lost/Stolen Olwell flute - FOUND

Post by melanoxylon »

Well, I had a great time at the Catskills festival this July, but my own personal 6-key cocus flute went missing on the last evening. There's some chance it was lifted out of my car... It is my deluxe model of flawless cocus with 6 keys and hand-turned rings. The tone holes on the right hand are flattened like a Thomas Prowse flute, and the endcap features a disc of mother-of-pearl and an ivory ball. It was in a Northwind case and a leather case cover, and had my info written on the inside of the case. There is a reward for it's safe return, thanks for any help on this, Patrick Olwell :-?
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