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 Re: Oboe fingering systems, help to identify
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2022-01-14 17:28

This one looks like a mixture of thumbplate system top joint with fully automatic 8ves and Boehm system lower joint - the RH main action is like a sax and the RH pinky keys are arranged like flute footjoint keys:

This one's an old German system - I've got one very similar to this which is unstamped, but the bell shape on mine looks more like an old Mollenhauer I saw listed on eBay (and the more decorative bells on some very recent Ludwig Frank oboes):

Former oboe finisher
Howarth of London
1998 - 2010

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