Estey Reed Organ

This page left up for viewing/reference only, the organ has been sold.

Estey Reed Organ
Above are the functional foot-peddles.
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The bench pictured above was sold with the organ.
The pipes are fake, for looks only, and have never been set-up since Dad got it.
The square sticking out of the top of the organ in the last photo is the reed box.
This organ is heavy, and we had to take the door off of the house to get it in.

We think that this organ was built circa 1922.
Dad acquired it from the Netherlands Reformed Church in Clifton, NJ, circa 1956.

In working condition, Dad rebuilt the bellows in the late 1960's I think.
I remember one stop being broken (the wooden shaft) but Dad may have repaired it.
Once purchased, this item may not be returned.
You must pick it up from Harmony/Washington Township, in northern New Jersey,
not too far from the border with Pennsylvania.

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The organ has a manual crank on the right side which I believe may still work;
air is provided by the original electric motor driving a blower,
which was included with the organ, and weighs about 500 pounds.

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