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Local Flutes For Sale

If you are looking for a flute and don't see what you are looking for, visit the fine retailers on our Commercial Sponsors Page.

Name City Contact Description of flute for sale Asking Price Expires
Dennis Costi Vancouver, WA 360-254-5823 Muramatsu C Flute, B foot, Sterling, French arms, rolled tone holes. $2,750 2/28/19
Rebecca Olson Towers Milwaukie, OR Armstrong 103 (open-holed, inline G#, C-foot). All new pads. $475 or best offer 2/28/19
Bob Collier Portland Sankyo Prima Etude open hole in good condition. Needs polishing. $800 1/1/19


Rules of Use

  • Cost to list a flute is $5, payable by card below.
  • You don't have to be a member of the Greater Portland Flute Society to use this service, it is open to the general public.
  • Commercial flute sales are not allowed, only private sales.
  • GPFS does not participate in the sale of any flutes. The web site is for listing only flutes for sale by private parties.
  • GPFS is not involved in any transaction, and does not handle payments, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, nor offer "buyer protection" nor "seller certification".
  • No photos will be posted on the web page.
  • Listings will stay on the web page for about a month. If your flute has not sold and you would like your posting to remain longer, your listing can be extended for free by contacting the webmaster by email. If your flute is sold, please contact the webmaster to have the listing removed.
  • For questions or more information, please contact the GPFS Webmaster.

On-line Flute For Sale Submission Form (You don't have to have a Paypal account, you can pay by card using this link).

Name, City and Contact E-mail and/or Phone #
Description of instrument and Asking Price

Avoiding Scams

You can thwart would-be scammers by following these common-sense rules:

  • Deal locally with folks you can meet in person - follow this one simple rule and you will avoid nearly all of the scam attempts online.
  • Never wire funds via Western Union, or any other wire service - anyone who asks you to do so is a scammer.
  • Fake cashier checks and money orders are common, and banks WILL cash them and then hold you responsible when the fake is discovered weeks later.  Never take payment for more than the agreed price and then refund the difference - this is a scam for sure.
  • Never give out financial information (bank account number, social security number, eBay/PayPal info, etc.).

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