PRICES & ORDERING INFO
Prices last updated Feb 2017
Flemish Virginals - Either Muselar type (with the keyboard to the right) after Andreas Ruckers, 1620; or Spinett type (with the keyboard to the left) after Ioannes Ruckers, c. 1600.
Single manual harpsichord after Hans Moermans, 1584.
Single manual harpsichord after Christian Vater, 1738.
Single manual harpsichord after Johann Adolph Hass, 1764.
Double manual harpsichord after Goermans/Taskin, 1764/84, with altered disposition including peau de buffle (four registers).
Double manual harpsichord after Goermans/Taskin, 1764/84, with original disposition (three registers).
Double manual harpsichord after Ioannes Daniel Dulcken, 1745 with lute stop as the original (four registers).
Double manual harpsichord after Ioannes Daniel Dulcken, 1745, without lute stop (three registers).
Double manual harpsichord after Christian Zell, 1728.
ORDERING INFO AND CONDITIONS
A deposit of 10% is requested to secure a place on our waiting list. This confirms the full price of the instrument at that particular time. The balance is due upon completion or delivery. We offer free personal delivery with all new instruments within mainland Britain in order to provide tuning and regulation, and to give the client the opportunity to go over the finer points involved in owning a harpsichord. There is also a free aftersales visit to ensure the instrument is in good condition. A similar service can be offered for other European countries for a fee. In the case of overseas transactions, all arrangements including customs formalities can be dealt with by the workshop and charged to the client.
Please enquire for the cost of any options that appear with the instrument descriptions.
Euro prices are subject to currency fluctuation, and are given here as a guide only.
THERE IS NO VAT PAYABLE.