Italian Virginal, composite, c. 1650-1700, short octave BB/GG - c''', disposed 1 x 8' with keyboard of boxwood naturals and ebony/pear-stained accidentals. Case is of natural finish in mahogany or cherry. Pentagonal shape, approximately 60" x 18" x 8". Trestle stand in matching wood included. (see picture)

English Bentside Spinet, copy of an instrument by Thomas Haxby, York, made in 1766. Five octave chromatic compass FF/GG - g''', disposed 1 x 8'. Case is veneered in mahogany, walnut, cherry with elm burl panels outlined with boxwood stringing per the original. Bone natural keys with ebony pear-stained accidentals. All details and hardware per the original. A wood turned trestle stand is included. (see pictures)

Late German Clavichord, copy of one made by J. A. Hass, Hamburg, 1767, five octave FF - f''' compass, disposed 2 X 8', 1 x 4' (FF -c). Painted finish is dark colors with olivewood/satinwood veneer in keywell, fallboard, hitchpin rail and wrestplank per original. Lid paneled in gold leaf. Cabriolet leg stand with music drawer included. Naturals in ebony with ivory or bone topped accidentals. (see pictures)

French 2-manual Harpsichord, copy of B. Stehlin, 1760 FF-f''' compass with transposing keyboards. Case painted in one or two colors with gold leaf banding. Soundboard painted in tempera in appropriate style. Gilt Empire stand with fluted legs per original included. Keyboard in ebony and bone with boxwood or pear arcades.   (see pictures)

Flemish 2-manual Harpsichord, copy of J. D. Dulcken, 1745, with a disposition of 2 x 8', 1 x 4'. FF - f''' or FF - g''' with/without transposing keyboards. Lute rank per original. Interior and keywell in gold leaf, exterior in single color with gilt bands. Balustered turned stand copied from the existing one. Keyboard naturals in ebony, accidentals topped in ivory, keyfronts in ivory. Soundboard painted in appropriate style. (see pictures)