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FS: Gasparini Organ, Tom Thumb Recordo, Steinway
By Philip Jamison

I have a few things from my collection for sale:

1.  52-key Gasparini Dutch street organ once owned by G. Perlee,
Amsterdam's most famous organ supplier. Needs complete restoration
(some work done).  With new facade carvings hand-made in Holland.
This will be a sweet-sounding organ!  $10,500.

2.  Tom Thumb Recordo. The smallest upright player piano ever made
(circa 1929), this is a real Recordo with original rotary pump. 41"
tall, 40" wide.  Refinished.  Has been restored in the past, but
needs pneumatic work.  Piano in very good shape.  $2300.

3.  Steinway 65/88-note upright player (1907).  Refinished; stack
rebuilt, bass restrung.  In excellent condition; sounds great.
$2400.

Philip Jamison
17 Sharon Alley
West Chester, PA 19382 USA
610-696-8449


(Message sent Mon 21 May 2001, 16:05:53 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  FS, Gasparini, Organ, Recordo, Steinway, Thumb, Tom

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