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Walnut with soundboard of straight-grained softwood. Compass and disposition: C/E, short octave – C'''. Accidentals F sharp and G sharp are divided so the front portions of those keys sound diatonic notes D and E respectively, while the rear portions sound the accidentals. One non-movable 8' register. 3-octave span: 511. Stringing: One set of strings.

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    Fenton House
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  • Inscriptions:On the back of the facia: Repaired by Alec Hodsdon, Aug. 1948, Lavenham, Suffolk [handwritten in ink].|On the back of the facia: Repaired by Arnold Dolmetsch Ltd., Haslemere Surrey. 1950 Leslie Ward [signed].
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  • Repository:Fenton House
  • Measurements:All dimensions exclude mouldings and outer case. Case dimensions: Length 1876, width 790, depth 239.