I have too many flutes waiting to be refurbished, and I need some extra cash so this fixer-upper has to go. I won the flute in an ebay auction about six months ago. Apparently it was owned by Edward Unwin, the son of the british architect and engineer Sir Raymond Unwin, FWIW.
It is stamped J H EBBLEWHITE MAKER 4&5 HIGH ST ALDGATE LONDON on the barrel and left hand joint. It has the usual cracks in the head and barrel, but they are clean and have not been tampered with. The rest of the flute is crack-free. It's made of cocuswood with 8 german silver keys, bands and finger hole bushings. The embouchure section of the head joint is not ivory but some sort of plastic. The short F and G# keys might need to have their springs looked over as they are a little sluggish but a clean may be all that's needed, the springs are intact. And all the other keys have a good snap. Good overall condition, nicely cut pad seats. The old pads seal pretty well so I was able to make a few recordings to give you an idea of it's intonation, the A is noticeably sharp. I used the hj and barrel off another flute as the original barrel is way to leeky. C# to D# distance is about 252mm. Sounding length is 580mm.
I got it for £225 which is about 2500 SEK (swedish kronor) so that is what I'd like for it, plus shipping worldwide. Payment by paypal or bank transfer.
A bunch of photos can be found here: https://www.box.com/s/593e22aa7433e53f75dc
D scale: https://www.box.com/s/707bdd050f6af991699d
D scale with the A flattened by covering RH1: https://www.box.com/s/c0065b3da7ab2301277a
C scale: https://www.box.com/s/167ea18ea707fd78e683
Thanks for looking!