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 Bart flute
Author: bigpauly 
Date:   2009-05-24 00:25

I just purchased a flute from a friend and am trying to determine the origin and history of it. The markings on the flute are G.A. Bart or C.A.Bart. The stamping is worn. Then underneath it says A Paris. The case says Haynes Schwelm which i was able to find some information about but the Flute markings don't match the case name. If anyone can help i would appreciate it! It is a close C model if that is any help.

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 Re: Bart flute
Author: tictactux 2017
Date:   2009-05-24 19:25

Maybe Cabart? As in Thibouville-Cabart?

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Ben

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 Re: Bart flute
Author: bigpauly 
Date:   2009-05-25 02:48

yes thank you for pointing out that it is one word not initials .i believe it is now either cabart or gabart thank you again Ben.

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