Wendt and Kühn Angel Musician with Barrel Organ
A barrel organ (or roller organ) is a mechanical musical instrument consisting of bellows and one or more ranks of pipes housed in a case, usually of wood, and often highly decorated. This barrel organ is played by a Grünhainichen Angel turning a crank. The pieces of music are encoded onto wooden barrels (or cylinders), comparable to the keyboard of a traditional pipe organ. Other names include hand organ, cylinder organ, box organ, street organ, and grinder organ.
a Grünhainichen Angel
WK no. 650/67
with a Wendt and Kühn Presentation / Gift Box
Made in Germany
NOTE - this Wendt and Kühn Grünhainichen Angel comes with Blonde or Brunette hair. Select your hair color with the drop down menu at the top.
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