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Ophimonocléide, the body of leather covered wood, the bell and crook in brass with one brass key, signed “COEFFET A GIVERS” on the bell, made in France c.1840. Height 101.5cm. The fingerholes bushed in mother-of-pearl (L1 not original)

Ophimonocléide, the body of leather covered wood, the bell and crook in brass with one brass key, signed “COEFFET A GIVERS” on the bell, made in France c.1840. Height 101.5cm. The fingerholes bushed in mother-of-pearl (L1 not original)
Generally in very good original condition, recently repadded.

Price £9500.00
Instrument #254
References
French Patent No.2338 taken out by Jean-Baptiste Coeffet in 1828

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