I bought a nice working turn of the century (that would be the 19th to 20th century turn, not the more recent turn that is now associated with true Chinese "antiques") pump organ. It was very nice looking. It would be a shame to ruin the organ so I put it into Gypsy Lea's at a very low price. It would not sell, even with two attempts and an even lower price.
SO!!! I decided that an organ transpant was necessary. Unfortunately the patient didn't make it. I parted it out and will be selling the pieces. (Isn't that the plot for some spy novel?) The keyboard and some of the fancy wood pieces are headed for the shop. The remainder of good American manufacturing from a by-gone era will be headed to the dump.