20 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A Victorian gem roller organ with cobs, painted brown with gold details. Together with fifteen extra cob rolls. Dimensions 36 cm x 2 cm.

Laterna organ grinder on folding stand, BY 'G.pe Turconi, Costantinopli', late 19th century. 194 cm high, 82 cm wide, 58 cm deep

Organ, early 20th century portable peddle church organ by 'Estey Organ Co.

Antique Smith American Organ Company reed organ, with 12 stops including sub base& vox humana, 120 cm wide approx., stool included

An antique American walnut organ (Allan & Co Boston, USA)

Aeolian Orchestrelle roll Organ. C.1890, with later modifications including electric blower. Will play; needs attention. Comes with approx. 60 rolls, and stool. Height 144 cm. Width 132 cm. Diameter 67 cm

Chiappa & Sons English barrel organ. Plays, requires restoration. Height 122 cm. Width 89 cm. Diameter 50 cm

Packard reed organ with 14 stops, in good working order, 123 cm wide, 200.5 cm high

Rare German early 20th century electrical organ playing German Christmas carols with mechanical German band figures moving in time to the music. Made by Fr. Ochriein. Height 105 cm. Width 72 cm. Depth 65 cm. Note: in working order but needs servicing. Cabi

A Wurlitzer 'Total tone Deluxe' electric organ, in a polished wooden case with music stand to the top, with original matching stool. Height 125 cm. Width 121 cm. Depth 65 cm

19th century church organ circa 1880 by Dominion Organ Company, Canada, 15 stops including sub-bass, case has flame mahogany panels, ex. Cranbrook school chapel, 136 cm wide, 139 cm high

A very fine gilt and brass mounted harp by Erard and retailed by T.J. Brown & Co., 12 Berners Street London, English circa 1820, with finely painted sound board and gilded decorations throughout, with eight pedals including a swell mechanism. Sebastian Era

Three Octave Buggy Pedal Organ, c1875 by Boyd Ltd London, walnut with original decals intact, the white keys seem to be ivory and the black keys dyed boxwood. It has been in Australia for over 100 years. Most often used to provide music for the 'Snake oil