You have one week after received an instrument for final decide.

If the instrument doesn’t meet your expectations, you may return it and I will refund full amount (except shipping costs).

Viennese oboe after Wolfgang Küss / a = 430 to 440 Hz (tuning slide)

European boxwood with three mammoth ivory rings.


Baroque oboe d’amore after Johann Poerschmann / a = 415 Hz

Sweet Cherry wood (Prunus cerasus), not stained.


Baroque oboe d’amore after Johann Poerschmann / a = 440 Hz

Pear wood (Pyrus communis), not stained.


Original oboe by George Goulding.

The instrument was made c. 1790


This oboe is made of boxwood and has four original bone rings. No cracks. Two silver keys . On the underside of the large key there is a J.W signature – probably the keys manufacturer’s mark. All three joints are stamped “Goulding & Co.”

Pitch – 430Hz.

Oboes for sale from this period are very rare.