AMERICAN REED ORGAN & HARMONIUM
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NEW Free to Good Home Karn Reed Organ
American Wind Organ by D. W. Karn & Co. No. 42728 built late 1890's.
Was working when I acquired it. Needs refurbishing (felts, leather and cleaning) but not in a bad condition.
It is now in bits (dismantled) but everything there! Can be returned to former glory by someone with the time and ability.
Free to collector. Located in Hailsham, East Sussex, UK
NEW For Sale Cesarini & Cie Harmonium
Full working order in good condition, is played.
A couple of stops missing front label pieces.
One stop doesn't seem to work, but seems like it would restore easily.
Casework in good condition and pedals too.
Selling as we need the space that it occupies.
Would need to be collected - from Hertfordshire.
Contact me for more information or if interested.
Price: £250 ono
Contact Susie for more information or if interested.
NEW URGENT Free to Good Home Packard Fort Wayne Reed Organ
In our family for 40 years but must now find new home.
2' 4" wide 2' deep 6' 7" high
Dismantles a bit for transport
15 stops, usual voices Inc vox humana, double voice etc..
Contact: Mary Walker or phone 01488 658453
Free to Good Home R F Stevens 2MP Reed Organ
|For Sale Alexandre Harmonium|
Alexandre Harmonium, overhauled 1990, excellent sound including
|For Sale George Woods and Co Reed Organ|
George Woods & Co parlour organ - serial number 20555.
|GONE Karn Reed Parlor Organ|
This is a lovely instrument complete with its original mirrored top. It has handles at each end to enable it to be carried.
|UPDATED Free to Good Home Reed Organ|
Name of the stops from left-to-right are :
Viola - Piano - Diapason Bass - Bass Coupler - Vox Humana - Forte - Treble Coupler - Diapason Treble - Dolce - Celeste
Located in Worcester, UK.
|For Sale Bell Reed Organ|
The organ in the pictures now needs to go to a good home as we are downsizing.
|For Sale Mustel Harmonium|
Serial number 205 with the signature of Victor Mustel on the reed chamber.
|SOLD Mason & Hamlin Reed Organ|
1870 Mason and Hamlin organ company reed organ with serial number 3103114.18/08/13
|For Sale Albert Wagstaff Reed Organ & Exhauster|
Albert Wagstaff Reed Organ circa 193018/08/13
|Free to Good Home John Holt Reed Organ|
Two manuals and full pedal board. 8 ranks of reeds. Serial number 1532.Please contact Malcolm
|Free to Good Home Bell Reed Organ|
In need of restoration, it was made by Bell Organ & Piano Company, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
|For Sale Debain Harmonium|
This harmonium has been in a small Church near Bicester unused for well over 30 years.
We now have permission to sell it. Our Diocesan organ advisor believes it to be of good quality
but in need of repair.
Any reasonable offer accepted.
Further photos available.
Enquiries to John Beaumont by email or 01869 277874.
|For Sale Wilcox and White Roll Player|
A rare example of the 19th century player organs built by Wilcox & White of
Meridian, CT, USA, during tha late 19th and early 20th centuries.
A very rare model, because the front windows are flat.
The instrument is encased in an elaborately finished mahogany cabinet and is
complete with a matching stool (which is even rarer to find) and a large
number (140) of paper player rolls.
Writing shown on the factory label indicates that the instrument was tuned
on 7th of March, 1888, by a person with the initials “OWB”.
Transport from Madrid (Spain) is an issue, so price will be ex-works,
(insurance & transport excluded to be paid by buyer).
Also selling a Pleyel Grand Piano
Contact Jose M Nadal
|Free to Good Home F L Raymond American Organ|
All in one piece with carrying handles attached to the sides.
Woodwork is in good condition, some wear marks on top.
Left-hand bellows needs repair (we have instructions on how).
It has 10 stops - Bass Coupler, Diapason Bass, Piano, Viola, Vox Humana,
Forte, Celeste, Dolce, Diapason Treble, Treble Coupler
Buyer to collect, located in Edinburgh.
|Free to a Good Home Marlborough Reed Organ|
We have to find this beautiful instrument a new home very quickly
Marlborough harmonium/parlour organ Date of manufacturer is unsure, 1900 approx.
It is all in one piece with carrying handles attached to the side
Timber is sound but the bellows needs repair. Currently not working.
It has 11 stops and the names are all still very clearly defined in Gothic script:
Sub Bass 16ft
Diapason Bass 8ft
Diapason Treble 8ft
Vox Celeste 8ft
Some of the wooden finials at the top have been knocked off the top and poorly repaired at some point - but it is all complete.
I have put them back in place for the photo. The 3 mirrors are all intact - no cracks. The poor thing needs some repairs and t.l.c.
We have it's key and a matching stool that is being treated for woodworm (and currently kept well away from the organ itself)
Original owners inscription in the timber above keyboard: John Andrewartha OBE 1866-1935. We do know quite a bit of John Andrewartha's history: He was an engineer who worked on submarines in Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth during WW1. He was awarded his OBE for saving the crew of a test submarine that got lodged in a sandbank underwater. If you take the project on we can furnish you with his history and copies of photos/ephemera relating to him and the story of how he saved the submarine and crew.
When he died the harmonium came to his daughter in Castle Cary, Somerset .When she died in 1967 it was donated to the Chapel of rest in the cemetary in Castle Cary where it was played during services for over 40 years. It was then returned to John Andrewartha's Granddaughter who now moving to a small flat and sadly no longer has room for it.
If you need any more details please get in touch. I can email any more detailed photos if required
It would need to be collected unless you are nearby in Somerset in which case something could be arranged
It has to go by 1 March and we will consider all offers
|For Sale Bell Reed Organ|
Harmonium with heavy ornate dark wood cabinet.Pedal operated.Made by the Bell company[late 19 th century -early 20th century]
The Harmonium is 42 inches wide by 42inches high. The fabric strap from one pedal has broken,so this pedal does not operate.
All notes play when using the other pedal, apart from the top note.They all worked when I last used it [with both pedals working]
so they should all work when the strap is repaired.
Location,East London. Buyer to collect and load on to vehicle.
Email Peter Edwards
|Wanted Two Manual Reed Organ|
Can collect from "wherever in the UK within reason"
Please Contact Stephan
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