Invisible F clef

Dear fellow Doricians,
I find myself with an issue I’m not able to solve here. It could be useful to be able to hide a clef or have an invisible F clef for this kind of notation. Or anyone has an idea? Of course, this is only to have a correct playback, I know I can copy it like that, it will sound weird for three bars.

As a performer I think I would prefer to see a clef there, if I was starting to play from that point in a rehearsal. In your particular example it would be hard to believe B sharp, C and C flat in the “treble clef” over C in the bass was intended, but in other cases it might not be so obvious.

Ah, good old Brahms.

Thanks Leo! I never think about scaling… Perfect workaround!