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This beautiful instrument was completed on December 2, 1927. The simple decoration is elegant and the swirls on the column are a particularly nice, and unique touch. We have never seen that before.
This is a gorgeous semi-gilded Empire Swanson harp in perfect condition. The soundboard is brand new as well as all of the gold ormolu decoration.
This harp is identical to Wurlitzer 736 which is listed below and which also sold recently.
This is a semi-grand harp made in 1971. It has 46 strings, and is finished in a walnut stain. It received a new neck 3 years ago, and just recently had a baseframe repair.
This is one of the smaller model harps that Lyon & Healy made in the 1920's and 30's. It has 43 strings, ranging from low E to high E.
This harp is a concert grand with 47 strings. It stands 72 inches tall and weight 76 pounds.  It is in excellent condition, both structurally and cosmetically.
This is a semi-grand Lyon & Healy made in the 1920's and rebuilt about 20 years ago.
This magnificent instrument was the most ornate and beautiful of all of the harps that the Wurlitzer Company made.
This harp belonged for many years to a professional harpist who used it exclusively for weddings.
This harp was built in the early 1920's and was rebuilt perhaps 20 years
ago.
A carved and gilded harp at a very affordable price.
This harp was built in 1999 and has had just one owner. It was her pride and joy and never left the house.
This instrument is a rare and unique find! It was built sometime around 1900 and still has its original soundboard which is in excellent condition.
This instrument was an incredible find. Built in 1915, it has all it's original parts which are in excellent condition.
This concert grand harp stands 72 inches tall and has 47 strings. It was built in 1995 and has been lovingly cared for since that time.
This instrument was built in 1997 and has had just one owner. it is in brand new condition, structurally and cosmetically. The easy to maintain ebony finish is polished to a mirror shine and feels like velvet on your hand.

The sound is gorgeous and even, and very responsive to the touch.
The style 12 was the smallest pedal harp that Lyon & Healy ever made. It stands just 62 inches tall, including the crown, and weighs about 50 pounds. It has 41 strings, low G to high E.

This is one of the most beautiful harp designs we have ever seen, and one of the most unusual. The model is a style BB and it was made sometime in the 1920’s. It has since been carefully restored and is now in excellent condition.

The style 14 is larger than the style 12 but smaller than a style 15. It has 43 strings (E to E), stands 67 ½ inches tall to the top of the crown, and weighs 63 pounds. This particular instrument was completed on August 31, 1923.
This is a semi-grand harp made in 1971. It has 46 strings, and is finished in a walnut stain. It received a new neck 3 years ago, and just recently had a baseframe repair.
The style 18 is one of the earliest models that Lyon & Healy made. The records have been lost for these early instruments, but it’s serial number indicates that it was built sometime in the early or mid-1890’s.

This harp is identical to Wurlitzer 736 which is listed below and which also sold recently.
This harp is a style 17 and was made in 1930. It has 46 strings(low D to
high G). The gilding is original and is in very good condition.
The style 12 was the smallest pedal harp that Lyon and Healy ever made, and they were made in the 1920's and '30's.
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