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Historic Victorian Era Tracker Pipe Organ

This is your chance to preserve a piece of Georgia pipe organ history. Late 1800s 2-manual, 13-stop Pilcher tracker organ is in excellent condition for its age, with all pipework intact, plus it still has the original water pump.

We will completely rebuild this organ and install it within a 200-mile radius of Atlanta, for just $139,950. Modest additional charges would be incurred for more distant locations, as well as adaptations if needed to fit your physical space. The intention is to keep this historic instrument in Georgia.

Call 770-482-4845 to discuss the details.

Specification:

Great
8 Open Diapason
     (56 pipes)
8 Dulciana
     (39 pipes)
8 Unison Bass
     (17 pipes)
8 Melodia
     (29 pipes)
4 Octave
     (56 pipes)
2 Superoctave
     (56 pipes)


Swell
8 Violin Diapason
     (56 pipes)
8 Stopped Diapason Treble
     (39 pipes)
8 Stopped Diapason Bass
     (17 pipes)
8 Salicional
     (56 pipes)
4 Flute Harmonique
     (56 pipes)
8 Oboe Gamba
     (56 pipes)
Tremolo


Pedal
16 Bourdon
     (27 pipes)
Swell to Pedal





Photo of Historic Victorian tracker pipe organ being offered by A E Schlueter Pipe Organ Company for $139,950

This 2-manual Pilcher pipe organ, built in the late 1800s, was originally powered by water. This photo was taken in the early 1900s and captures the beauty of the instrument. After rebuilding it will be ready for a new home. Click here to contact Arthur Schlueter about this opportunity.