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It is a "Parlour Organ" - also known as a "Chapel Organ". Has been used in family home for 30 odd years, but now need to find a new owner due to downsizing, hence offering for free.It was used in the church at Great Swinburne but they now have an electric one10 stops including Jenkinsons Patent Coupler Manufactured by J Humphreys & Son of Drummond Street, Euston Square, London UK. , Violoncello 16, gap, Principal 4, Diapason 8, Vox Celeste 8, Bourdon 16. Organ has 10 stops, knee swells and treadles Size is, very roughly, 55" high, 50" wide and 23" deep Location of organ is central Slough and would need to be collected.It is on the ground floor and some assistance with loading may be available.If you are interested please e-mail Jan asap Mason and Hamlin upright, sold to Augustine Church, Edinburgh, c1875 by Wightman & Son, Music Sellers, Edinburgh.5-octave single keyboard, partly works but needs restoration.

: Subbass 16 Open Diapason 16Normal couplers, Swell Octave In good condition (case and action overhauled by organbuilder), needs new wind engine / suction unit. It has the lovely pink porcelain stop knobs that were characterstic of Story & Clark. Due to problems with lots of spam this is the ONLY address that will now work.Remember to replace the (at) with the @ sign and mail will then arrive and be answered. Some of the stops are sticking and one of the pedals is not working, so in need of some loving care.Powerful basses and well-differentiated tone colours. The extra pedale basse adds wonderful extra grunt to the fat FF chords in the Rossini Petite Messe All working nicely, and had had a very easy life. Stops: Sourdine basse, Dolce, Pedale basse (Dawes in reverse plays extra 16 on lowest l.h.note), Forte4 basson, 3 clairon, 2 bourdon, 1 cor anglais Expression Percussion 1 flute 2clarionette 3 flageolet 4 hautbois Melodie Cremona(Dawes) Cremona voix celeste musette950Located in Herefordshire Contact Bob by email or on Sold by Heins & Co of Hereford, Brecon & Abergavenny. Based on known Sterling production, this would be about 1892.36 white notes, 25 black, 11 stops, plus knee swells and foot pedals. It appears to be either an Estey Philharmonic or Estey Church Organ.Stops (left to right): Bass Coupler, Dulcet, Diapason, Hautboy, Principal, Vox Humana, Flute, Violina, Melodia, Echo, Coupler. It looks and sounds goodand as far as I can tell, everything works. Although it has foot pedals,it is powered by a working electric fan in a wooden enclosure which is connected by a flexible 4 inch diameter hose to the organ.

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