This barrel organ, made c.1790–1810, was used at Thornhill, Ramsey, prior to 1880 and was latterly in possession of the late Mrs J.B. Clucas, Ramsey. It is made of wood and holds one barrel, and sits on a wooden box containing two other rolls of tunes.
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- Hornbostel-Sachs category:421.222 Sets of flutes with internal duct
- Repository:Manx National Heritage
- Measurements:overall: 117 x 55 x 42.5 cm