One of a Kind / Special Order Musical Instrument . . .
A wonderful example of a typical high-style Victorian era Parlor Pump Organ. Built by the Miller Organ Company of Lebanon, Pennsylvania around 1873, done in a beautiful two-tone walnut and ebony finish with carved fretwork and molding that was in grand-fashion during that time-period.
This organ has been fully restored on the inside and the cabinetry to like-new condition with an original matching claw-foot stool included.
This organ is truly a hallmark in Victorian design; would fit perfect inside a church . . .
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