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Am in London now and bought Bigio's book yesterday,have it packed for the return journey tomorrow can also check if you want. I bought the book for £67.50 from All Flutes Plus on Warren Street We'd need more information about your flute. Unfortunately, just dating a flute from the serial number is not often straight forward. 265; "Serial marks and numbers by year, from 1869 to 1939" "Rudall, Rose & Carte, and later Rudall Carte, had several number sequences for their flutes: simple system flutes; modern metal flutes; modern wooden and ebonite flutes; Radcliff flutes; and modern piccolos. I would and will and later be back to you Jem, if this proves to be a later stamped RC & Co only flute ) You mentioned piccolos are another kettle of fish.... 6517 & 6518 made Sep 1920 went to the RMSM Kneller Hall and the other to the 6th Iniskillings, 6525 is another Eb flute made "" lastly a Bb flute 6529 ..before it kicks of with...