John Morley single manual harpsichord walnut new

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.


Price: £30,992.00

Date: 09-04-2019 10:53AM


John Morley Single Manual Harpsichord Franco-Flemish in American Walnut on turned and fluted legs with traditional brass hinges, hooks & handstops, wooden jacks and delrin plectra. (P)
2 x 8' + harp/buff on main 8'
5 octave F to F
No.3165 NEW

Made in London, England

96.50cm wide 88.00cm high 197.50cm deep
(37.99 inches wide 34.65 inches high 77.76 inches deep)

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