This Organ Must Go.

Built in 1879 by E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, this organ has been in storage for many years. It was dismantled and packed by the Organ Clearing House, and is in good restorable condition. The space where it’s stored is being sold, and the organ must go. We’ve invested heavily in the organ in the interest of its preservation, and hope to be able to recoup expenses, but we’re open to any offers. We welcome your inquiries.

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We help churches, schools, and private individuals acquire high-quality vintage pipe organs, preserve venerable instruments from abandonment or destruction and champion the marvelous heritage of American pipe organ building. In addition we offer a full range of services relating to the pipe organ from full-scale renovation to maintenance and tuning.

We invite you to scroll through our gallery of available organs, but remember that there are always hundreds of organs on our list.  If you don't see just what you're looking for, give us a call.  We'll be happy to help you find something wonderful.


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The Organ Clearing House featured on BBC World

In November 2011 Jane O'Brien of BBC World asked if she could do a "piece" about the Organ Clearing House. See the video below featuring David Enlow and the 1915 Casavant organ we renovated and installed at the Church of the Resurrection in New York City.  Thanks to Jane for her interest in understanding of what we do. We welcome your inquiries.