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We have an Organ that has been passed down to us. I would

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We have an Adler Organ that has been passed down to us. I would like to get it appraised and possibly sell it. Where do I start? I can find no numbers or anything on it to identify ot. Is there someplace specific I should look or can I download a picture?
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Customer: We have an Adler Organ that has been passed down to us. I would like to get it appraised and possibly sell it. Where do I start? I can find no numbers or anything on it to identify ot. Is there someplace specific I should look or can I download a picture?

Hi, thank you for your question! I have completed thousands of musical instrument appraisals and will be happy to help with yours.

Could you attach your photos using the "add files" button?

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
Customer: replied 2 months ago.
No call please. We can do this by chat.

Sorry about the automated phone call request. Those can be confusing. Thanks for the photo. These old pump organs are quite common on the used market these days. While often found in antique stores and in private sales, they can remain on the market for quite a while before selling. The reason is because of the high number available as well as the general lack of interest.

These used to be found in many churches and halls, but no longer serve that purpose today. Based on recent sales of this type of organ and assuming good condition, I would recommend a selling range of approximately $400-$700. Best wishes!

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
Thank you.

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