The OHS Pipe Organ Database

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Estey Opus 1233, installed 1914 in Piper City Illinois Presbyterian Church

Nameplate reads:	 Estey Organ Co.
			Brattleboro, Vt.
			   Builders

Pencilled inscription inside Great stop action ventil box
“Chester Field  2-23-14  Brattleboro Vt”
Penciled inscription inside Swell stop action ventil box
“Chester Field  2-24-14  Brattleboro Vt”

Manual compass 61 notes, Pedal compass 30 notes, Tubular-pneumatic action

Wind pressure 3-3/4”, pitch A-435

Stop tablets (celluloid) from left to right as follows.  Stops black fill, couplers and tremolo red fill.

TREMOLO
SW. AEOLINE 8’					61 pipes
SW. SALICIONAL 8’				61 pipes
SW. STOPPED DIAPASON 8’				61 pipes
SW. FLUTE HARMONIC 4’				61 pipes
SW. OBOE 8’					49 pipes
GREAT TO PEDAL
SWELL TO PEDAL
SWELL TO GREAT
SWELL TO GREAT 4’
SWELL TO GREAT 16’
SWELL TO SWELL 4’
SWELL TO SWELL 16’
GR. DULCIANA 8’					61 pipes
GR. MELODIA 8’					61 pipes
GR. OPEN DIAPASON 8’				61 pipes, bass in facade
PED. BOURDON 16’				30 pipes

Mechanical reversible toe lever for Great to Pedal labeled “REV”

Two expression shoes “SWELL” (mechanical) and “CRESCENDO”

Originally hand-pumped (pumping feeders and pump handle remain in place, unrestored.)
Electric blower added.