N.Y. builder Thomas Robjohn's sole surviving instrument—1859—2 manuals, 10 stops. Stunning rosewood case with gold pipes. Beautiful sound. Museum piece.
Rare rosewood case: 14'-2" tall, 9' wide, 4' deep + pedalboard.
Vintage and new pipes are patterned after originals.
A historical treasure—Robjohn’s sole surviving instrument of fifteen he built.
“Robjohn organs were characterized by splendid carved casework, mechanical ingenuity, and forward looking tonal design”—Stephen Pinel (The Organ by Douglas Earl Bush and Richard Kassel).