Well, this type of flute is not seen very often, so don't be too disappointed in the music teacher. I do some repair work so I see more odd instruments than most folks...My flute does look like that one, though a different model. A bit older and the case is black with the Artley name in a brass plack.
Don't know why I would have been told that it is in a different key then what flutes now are in(the fellow was a music teacher!). Does that seem likely?
Would e bay or craigs list be the play to sell an instrument like that? or maybe if it is a key that can play with other instruments, would it be a good one to learn to play on? And finally, is $125 about what it would be worth?
Much thanks folks. What a great and friendly place. Will tell my daughter and niece (both flute players) about this sight.
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