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Mason & Hamlin Style 110 Pump Organ
By Joe Townsend, forwarded

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We have a pump organ of Mason & Hamlin, Boston, USA, style 110,
No. 215532.  On the left side there are two seals that interlock.
Looks like it says:  UELIQUE* (and a face with a side view). [snip]

There are 29 white keys and 20 black keys.  The legs also fold and
the foot pedals come off while in the folded position.  It is in
pristine condition and has never been restored.

Please, if anyone can help us to gain some more information on this
organ or knows who we can contact please e-mail us.

Thank you,

(Message sent Sun 1 Nov 1998, 20:34:09 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  110, Hamlin, Mason, Organ, Pump, Style

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