I ask because the back of the organ is beautifuly finished and ornate with many speakers. Making me think it was meant to be played facing out. Serial nummber 233,294Pump Organ Stone Slab Coffee table 030.jpg
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It's a "Philharmonic Chapel Organ" Style 1900; ca. 1895.
1891 II/9 Vocalion; 1866 II/4 Mason & Hamlin; 1891 Mason & Hamlin style 902 two manual Liszt Organ; 1906 Estey V-65 Philharmonic; 1915 Mason & Hamlin Liszt; 1915 Mason & Hamlin 93 BF; 1910 Mason & Hamlin 108AE
Any idea on value. Seems to be fully functional and totally original.
I am going to need to sell it to make room.
Unfortunately, my wife would kill me if I brought home another. She's looking forward to getting the others out of the house when I get the workshop/storage in my garage.
Nice instrument. Best on your potential sale (but I'd keep it!).
Way too many organs to list, but I do have 4 Allens:
- MOS-2 Model 505-B / ADC-4300-DK / ADC-5400 / ADC-6000 (Symphony)
- Lowrey Heritage (DSO-1)
- 9 Pump Organs, 1 Pipe Organ & 4 Pianos
I would buy that too - any day but living halfway across the world does not help towards buying it. I do have a wife who would gladly allow me to have another one....
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