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Chamber organ

Bellows operated chamber organ. Five octave keyboard, nine stops; wooden frame surrounded by mahogany panelling with gilded false pipes at front surmounted by two eagles. Used in Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa in the 19th and 20th centuries. Modified and improved by H & H Whiteley, at the Cathedral Organ Works, Boughton, Chester, in 1911.

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    18th century (late)
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    National Museums Wales
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  • Materials:wood; iron; pewter; elephant ivory; leather; fabric
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  • Repository:National Museums Wales
  • Measurements:height (mm): 3210; width (mm): 1680; depth (mm): 780