I think this has to be a rare clarinet. The name is too suggestive as to what one might do with this instrument if things are not going well!

I have not had a chance to see this clarinet, but I am making a wild guess that it might be from the same maker as the La Chapelle, which is a German made instrument. My clues are
* logo name only on the bell and very simply done;
* wide rings for the tenon protectors;
* wide keys for the top-positioned (chromatic) low B-natural and Eb keys;
* and similar key appearance.