A no name six key Bassoon with original Brass bocal. All key springs are working. There is one key cover absent, an inexpensive repair as there is another one to copy nearby. A repair has been made on the upper fingering section (Wing). A small section of wood removed near main joint. No case.
An English Horn with a curved upper joint. Marked on bell and lower joint, "(Castle logo) Triebert, A Paris, 8" 13 keys and 2 rings, some replicates. Original bocel. No case. Wood in excellent condition, showing very little signs of use.
Marked "Brevete, Triebert, A Paris" An early Rosewood Cor Angl, English Horn c.1875 with what appears to be Copper or Copper plated keys. Basically in good condition but keys could use a lube job. 9 keys and 4 rings. No case.
An early Oboe with 13 (10) keys and two rings. The wood appears to be Snake wood. Top finger hole key has been removed. Serial number 2. Signiture appears to be M, T or F,(3rd letter indistinguishable) on what appears to be a Bee Hive. All keys are working well, and except for pads, appears to be playable. No case.
An unmarked two key Oboe c.1790 in Boxwood and Ivory. Both block mounted keys are working. Bottom Ivory ring is absent. Many wood plugs have been inserted, but the basic openhole system seems to be viable. Returnable.