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Lorenz Hauslaib (German, Nuremberg 1568–1625 Regensburg)
Organ mechanism made by Steffan Cuntz (German, ca. 1565–1629)
Geography: Nürnberg, Germany
Medium: Wood, bone, ebony, metal, pear, quill, lead, leather, parchment
Instr. 74cm x 56cm x 61cm
Stand: 78cm x 62cm x 100cm
Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889
Accession Number: 89.4.1191
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