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Low D Tuneable Whistles

Low D is the most common key played in Irish and many other types of traditional music.

 
Howard low whistles are not hard blown nor do they use much air. They move solidly between the two octaves.With practice they can be played loudly or quietly in both octaves without significant changes in pitch.

Low D Tuneable

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Black, Nickel plated or Un-coated Brass

Price £117.91 (GBP)

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Low D Tuneable

Solid Colour Finishes
 

Red , Blue, Yellow and Dark Green

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Low D Tuneable
Metallic Colour Finishes
 

 

Red , Blue, Coated Brass and Dark Green.

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Solid Stirling Silver Low D in Presentation Box
 

The Howard Solid Silver Presentation Whistle

 

Presentation Box

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Price £470

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Howard Makers Marks and Hallmarks
    
 

 

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The top mark, the Howard logo, is called the Factory Mark by the Assay Office

The lower left is the sponsors Mark, it used to be called the Makers Mark

The BLH stands for Brian Laurence Howard

Then we have the white rose of Yorkshire for Sheffield
The Lion signifies 925 parts per 1000 of slilver
Finally the X stands for the year. This style of X gives a year of 1997
 Updated 04 2008  
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