We’re happy to offer this simple and compact instrument. Comprising six independent voices include two at sixteen-foot and a three-rank mixture, the organ could serve as the principal instrument in a smaller church or chapel, or recreated as an antiphonal division(s) for a larger organ. The organ is dismantled and in storage.
2907, Bishop & Sons, Gloucestershire, Woodchester, UK
Bishop & Sons is one of Great Britain's venerable firms, and this charming little organ is a fine example of their work. It has been reworked from original condition, but is playable and delightful.
"Free to a good home" sounds too good to be true, and it is! There is no asking price - the current owner will give it to a deserving institution - but the usual renovation and relocation costs (and OCH Fee) apply.
We're happy to offer this lovely instrument with beautiful detailed facade stencilling. This is an especially attractive offer as the organ was restored in 1997 by organbuilder Darren Wissinger, who relocated the organ for installation in Portsmouth. It's in terrific playable, and ready to be set up in your church. Contact us to schedule an audition.
The Noack Practice organ is a four-rank two-manual and pedal instrument with mechanical action. It is housed in a solid white oak case traditionally crafted with hand-carved pipeshades. It's brand new, never been owned, and is readily available for visit and audition.
Andover Opus 63, built in 1967 for a home installation, has had just one owner. This exquisite instrument features an attractive mid-century modern case of oiled mahogany and rosewood. Each manual has an independent 8’ flute. All manual stops 4’ or higher may be played on either manual, affording a wide variety of registrations. Low wind pressure voicing produces an unforced, singing tone and a light key touch. Self-contained, quiet blower. The perfect instrument for a home, studio, or small chapel. Located in Durham, New Hampshire. Price is $10,000.