Purchased at auction at Christie's, New York, from Rudolph Nureyev collection. Catalog description: "Inscribed: Flight & Robson Organ Builders TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE Prince Regent No. 101 St. Martin's Lane, LONDON; the case of mahogany, the upper sections extensively carved in a gothic manner, with 21 non-speaking gilt facade pipes, the 58-note keyboard with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, with the divided manual compass (bottom G, A, A#, B play the notes from the 16' series when the Stopped Diapason Bass is drawn; short bottom octave), eight handstops with ivory knobs (Left- Open Diapason: 8'; Left- Stopped Diapason Bass: 8'; Right- Stopped Diapason Treble: 8'; Left- Principal Bass: 4'; Right - Principal Treble: 4'; Left- Fifteenth Bass: 2'; Right- Fifteenth Treble: 2'; Right - Hautboy: 8'), three iron pedals to the front, plus one iron pump pedal, the barrell playing mechanism with brass and rosewood crank pumped by brass and rosewood lever."
Pipes were apparently altered for equal temperament but were put back into a mean tone. Electric blower supplied (but foot and hand pedals still operate bellows). There is one barrel with hymn tunes with the organ. A second barrel is referred to on a label inside the organ but that is lost.
Organ free standing in corner, front view: Photograph by Len Levasseur, submitted by Paul R. Marchesano. Taken on 2014-04-17