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Here at the Harpsichord Clearing House Gallery you can see, play and evaluate many of the best instruments in the country.

Located in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, about an hour south of Boston, and four hours from New York City, our gallery and staff welcome you to spend the day, getting to know the fine points of instruments from different builders—side by side, both new and used.

Now in our 49th year of building and brokering, we regularly offer instruments by Dowd, Hubbard, Zuckermann, Herz, Martin, Kingston, Hill, Ross, Klinkhamer, Fisk, Bennett, Kaeser and many others. Here you will also find the more rarely seen work of builders such as Skowroneck, Belt, Challis, Dolmetsch and Goff—as well as an occasional antique.

We are the foremost provider of continuo organs in North America offering the distinguished work of Henk Klop (Netherlands), David Leach (UK) and John Bennett (USA). A number of European builders also use our gallery and expertise to show their instruments, giving you an opportunity to experience exciting examples of both national and international styles of the historical keyboard world. Our technical staff is second to none.

Prices and description are subject to change based on evaluation and work in progress.
We list all of our Gallery instruments below, that may be viewed in our Rehoboth, MA showroom.
You will also find the Gallery instruments on our Complete List, marked with the letters "HCH".

Featured now in our Gallery


#3898 HCH
Hemsch Double manual harpsichord by Ernest Miller, 2016, FF-e’’’, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, transposing A415/A440, Louis XV cabriole table stand, painted soundboard, matching bench. (93.68" x 37.46”, 6 1/2” octave) $24,000. OBO.

he Gallery/ Harpsichords, Single Manual


#3693 HCH

Zuckermann Flemish style single manual harpsichord, GG-d’’’, 56 notes, two choir: 8’,4’, transposes to 392/ 415/ 440. Complete rebuild by HCH 2016 (celcon plectra) with 5 year warranty--ready to go! trestle stand, matching bench. (82” x 33”, 6 1/2” octave) $8,900. $6,900.


#3883 HCH

Frank Hubbard Flemish single manual harpsichord, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, FF - f’’’, 61 notes, transposing A415/A440, keyboard of ebony naturals and bone capped sharps, wooden jacks, trestle stand on casters. $7,500.


#4026 HCH
Challis single manual harpsichord, 16', 8', 4', buff non transposing GG - g''' 61 notes. Walnut case with aluminum board and bridges, four pedals, pretty hardware. (79” x 39 1/4”, 6 1/4” octave) $7,900.


#3611 HCH
Single manual Italian harpsichord, true inner outer. C - d’’’, 51 notes, 8’, 8’, @415. Instrument was originally constructed by Michael Frederick (Frederick Historic Piano Collection)  in the 70's and has been entirely rebuilt by Jacob Kaeser & HCH with new soundboard, jacks, stringing, voicing and regulation.  Primitive case painting of landscapes and putti.  (76" x 34", 6 1/4" octave) It carries a full voice! $8,900.


#3969 HCH
Single manual harpsichord after Ruckers by Matthew Redsell, 1985, GG - f’’'’, transposing, 8’, 8’, decorated with Flemish papers, gold banding, ornate hinges. Turned leg trestle stand. $8900.


#3975 HCH
Sale Pending
17th century French single manual harpsichord by Peter Fisk, 2010, GG - d’’’, 8’, 8’, triple transposing (392/415/440), wooden jacks, dark green case with cream interior, gold bands. Padded cover is included. (77 1/2” x 31 1/4”, 6 1/4” octave) $11,900.


#3970 HCH

Flemish single manual harpsichord by Fisk and Müller, 1991, 8’, 4’, buff, GG -d’’’, 56 notes, green case with gold banding, wooden jacks, turned leg trestle stand in oak. $12,500.


#4025 HCH

Single manual harpsichord by Thomas Pixton, 1980. GG - e’’’, 8’, 8’, buff, transposing A415/A440, 58 notes, keyboard of ebony and bone, painted soundboard by Barbara Pixton, black case with gold banding, turned leg trestle stand of dark stained oak. (89” x 36”, 6 1/4”octave) includes cover. $12,900.


#3964 HCH Sale Pending
17th century French Single manual harpsichord by Dana Ciul, 2004, GG - d’’’, 56 notes, 8’, 8’, transposing A415/A440, wooden jacks, quilled in celcon, case in cherry, swiss pine soundboard, (78” x 32”, 6 1/4” octave). $13,900.

#3774 HCH

Large Italian harpsichord by David Werbeloff  2002 after Ridolfi 1662, GG-d"' chromatic  8'8' with brass handstops.  415/440. 
(spine length 107, with 6 1/2" octave)  Inner instrument  with inlay banding keyboard of  boxwood with rosewood sharps.  Bridges of walnut on spruce board.  Beech jacks with delrin plectra.  Scale of 11.5" brass throughout.   Inner instrument and elaborate cut Italianate rose.  Outer case in dark red with faux leather inset panels.  Carved pedestal stand.  $15,000.


#3932 HCH

Keith Hill single manual Italian Harpsichord, opus 218, 1986. GG - d’’’, 56 notes, transposing. Boxwood keyboard with ebony capped sharps, wooden jacks. True inner outer Italian with boldly painted outer case, turned leg two piece stand. (Outer case: 94" x 36 x 11 with 6 1/2" octave) Inner instrument of Cedar with Sitka board. $16,500.

#3677 HCH

Italian style single manual harpsichord, by Keith Hill, 1974, 8’,8’, AA-d’’’, 54 notes, wooden jacks, transposing. decorated outer case, inner-outer case construction, (87” x 36”, 6 1/2” octave). $16,500.


HCH Special Order
Giuttari Italian "Messina" (shown above) - 52 notes: BB-d"' transposing. 8' 8'. with its case in maple.(66" x 34", 6 1/4" octave) Based on an anonymous Italian and my own building experience, and designed for portability and quality of sound. Italian box registers, wooden jacks with delrin plectra. Spruce diagonal board. Inquire for price.


#3886 HCH Sale Pending
French single manual harpsichord by Willard Martin, 1979, GG - e’’’, 8’, 8’, buff, transposing, painted soundboard, 17th century twist turned leg trestle stand. (89” x 35”, 6 1/4” octave), includes cover. $18,000.


#3720 HCH

Single manual Flemish after a 1638 Ruckers instrument by Jerome Prager, 1983. 8'8' buff stop. GG/BB-d"' with two split sharps. Transposing ( 84" spine x 33" with 6 1/2" octave). Painted soundboard in authentic style. Keyboard of stained bog oak sharps with bone naturals. Cut paper arcades over a red paper background. The instrument sits on a high turned oak stand with keyboard height of 30". Matching bench. Hand screened Flemish papers with lid mottoes. Marbled case exterior in earth tones. The instrument produces a full and reedy Flemish sound and is one of a handful of instruments that Praeger produced in the 80's in the Los Angeles area. All were well documented and beautifully executed instruments. This is a collector's instrument ready for performance again. The correspondence documentation comes along--giving you a clear view of the master artist and client and this wonderful time in early music making! $18,900.


#3953 HCH

Flemish Single by D. Jacques Way, 2005, GG - d’’’, 56 notes, 8’, 8’, buff, transposable A415/A440, keyboard with bone naturals, arcades of embossed leather, wooden jacks, decorated with Flemish papers, lid motto, painted soundboard, case with faux marble, oak turned leg trestle stand, with matching music desk and two lid sticks, (83” x 34”, 6 1/4” octave) Very rare D. Jacques Way single manual Flemish. $22,000.

The Gallery/ Virginals & Spinets




#4071 HCH Sold
Flemish style Virginal
- Spinet (keyboard on the left) 1 x 8', C- c"' 49 notes, boxwood naturals with oak sharps stained black; Hubbard design decorated with Flemish papers and Latin mottos to lid and fall board. (71” x 20 1/2” x 11”, 6 1/2” octave) Just cleaned and requilled by HCH. No stand or music desk. Stand and/or music desk can be supplied at additional cost. $3,800.


#3933 HCH
Zuckermann Virginal, 1 x 8", 54 notes, BB - e''', boxwood naturals with black sharps, 6 1/2" octave. Green case with band on inside of lid, three piece trestle stand. $3,800.


#3596 HCH

Ottavino by Arnold Dolmetsch, stamped #900 on pinblock. C-c''', 49 notes, quilled in leather. Pretty veneered panels on case, matching veneered bench. 31.5" spine, 20" front to back. $4,200.


#4011 HCH

Zuckermann design Italian virginal, by Terrence Driscoll. GG/BB-e"' at 415, 54 notes, 6 1/2” octave, 1 x 8’, boxwood naturals with black sharps. Parchment rose on soundboard. Green case, three piece trestle stand. New stringing and quilling by HCH.  $4,800.


#3764 HCH

Hubbard English bentside spinet, kit built by Richard Brune, FF,GG - f’’’, 60 notes, delrin jacks. Turned leg three piece stand, veneered panels on case exterior. (74” x 32” x 9”, 6 1/4” octave) $6,500.


#3912 HCH

Flemish virginal attributed to R. Schuetze, 1960’s - 1970’s, probably Ruckers Quint design, at 415 pitch, 1 x 8’, C-d’’’, 51 notes, reverse keys, delrin jacks, red case with marbling, decorated with flemish papers, all stringing in phosphor bronze, big sound. tapered legs on stand sections which are hinged to case. (59” x 18” x 9”, 6 1/4” octave) Includes cover. $6,800.


#3853 HCH

English Bentside spinet by Hubbard and Broekman, 1989, 1 x 8’, FF,GG - f’’’, 60 notes, Keyboard of boxwood with mahogany sharps, case cross banded with mahogany surrounding boxwood inlay and bookmatched flamed mahogany panels, turned leg stand and matching bench. (74” x 32” x 9”, 6 3/8” octave). $8,500.


#3966 HCH

Flemish Muselar, by Kevin Spindler, 1991, Based on the Couchet from 1650 that is in the Vleeshuis in Antwerp. C/E - c’’’, short octave, 45 notes, 1 x 8’, wooden jacks, keys are bone naturals with black sharps, decorated with flemish style papers, painted soundboard, (67 1/2" x 19 3/4" x 10 1/2") case painted in dark green with gold trim, turned leg stand of oak. $13,900


#4018 HCH

Antique English Bentside spinet by Jacob Kirckman, London, 1750.  Single set of 8' strings. Completely restored with care to preserve originality.  Original stand in the style of William and Mary. Original keyboard and action with jacks quilled in Canadian goose. Correct Graham Walker wool action cloth.  Instrument has been restrung in an historically accurate scale with Malcolm Rose English brass and iron. Range FF, GG - f''' pitched at A415.  78" across the spine, 6 3/8" octave.  The instrument is in excellent playing condition and hold its tune quite well. Our understanding is that the instrument has been in the same family in America since 1800. Truly a rare opportunity to own a fine example from the renowned Kirckman workshop. $35,000.


The Gallery/ Harpsichords, Double Manual


#4050 HCH Sold
Hubbard double manual kit built by John Nargesian circa 1980. 8', 8’, 4’, buff; FF - f'''; transposing A415/440; Mahogany veneered case with oil finish; trestle stand. Very good condition. (92” x 38”, 6 1/4” octave) Includes padded cover and adjustable chair. $8,900.


#4013 HCH

Eric Herz French double manual harpsichord, 1966, FF - g ‘’’, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, shove coupler, walnut case, four piece trestle stand, (92 1/2”, x 38”, 6 1/4” octave). $12,000.


#3897 HCH

Hubbard French double 1977.  FF - f”’, transposing.  8’, 8’, 4’ , buff. Rebuilding by HCH for spring 2017.  Walnut case.  Reverse keyboard with ebony naturals, bone topped sharps. New voicing and regulation throughout. (91 3/4’’ L  X  37 3/4’’ W.) $12,500.


HCH  #4007

Flemish double manual harpsichord by Peter Sykes, 1986/87. GG - d’’’,  8’, 8’, 4’, buff, transposing A415/A440. Bone keyboard of 56 notes plus 1. 6 1/4" octave, wooden jacks with delrin plectra. Fully decorated soundboard by Catherine Way, Lid motto and arabesques,  Zuckermann rose, handsome visual to the entire instrument.Turned led trestle stand. ( 87" X 34", 6 1/4" Octave) Lowest key of upper manual marked "Peter Sykes, September 1986". $14,500.


#4002 HCH S
Hill and Tyre double manual concert harpsichord,  FF - g''', 8', 8', 4', coupler. Black exterior with brick red interior.  Requilled by Keith Hill in 2008.  (96 1/2" x 38 3/4", 6 1/4" octave) Now in our Gallery. $16,500.00 includes free shipping and insurance


#4010 HCH
Eric Herz French double manual harpsichord, 1984, opus 406, FF - g’’’, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, coupler, transposing, cherry case with strap hinges, four piece trestle stand. (95” x 38”, 6 1/4” octave) $18,000.  


#3991 HCH

French double by Bizzi, 2003. 61 notes FF - f’’’ transposing. 8’, 8’, 4’, buff. A fully decorated instrument with painted soundboard, case and lid painting to complement the handsome carved and gilded Louis XVI stand. Includes padded cover for instrument and for stand, matching bench. $19,000.


#3556 HCH

French double by William Dowd, Opus 81, 1965.. FF - f''', transposing 415/440. 8', 8', 4', buff. Built by the Dean of American harpsichord building, this instrument was formerly owned by the New York City Opera. It is a French style instrument (Taskin) in a handsome case with English style brass hardware, reverse keyboards with arcaded keyfronts, on a trestle stand. It was upgraded with new registers and jacks by the Dowd shop in 1978. Includes a custom padded cover. A fine example from a preeminent American builder. Complete rebuild in the HCH shop 2016. $22,500. $19,500.


#3947 HCH
Flemish double manual harpsichord by Peter Fisk, 2017, GG - d’’’, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, transposing, wooden jacks, decorated with Flemish papers, red case with gold bands, turned leg trestle stand. (87” x 34”, 6 1/4” octave) includes padded cover and complete tool kit. $22,000 $19,800.


#3917 HCH
Sale Pending
Double manual harpsichord, in the French style, Louis XVI, 8’, 8’, 4’, FF - f’’’, buff, transposing A392/A415/A440, full compass at all pitches, painted soundboard, lid painting. Exceptional robust singing sound. Completely rebuilt by HCH 2017. (92” x 38”, 6 1/4” octave) $20,000.


#3982 HCH
Zuckermann French style double manual harpsichord, after Taskn, built in the Zuckermann shop, 2002, FF-g’’’, transposing 415, 440, 8’, 8’, 4’, black case, vermillion lid interior, gold bands, Flemish papers, professionally serviced in 2015. $ 22,000.


#3842 HCH

Flemish Double Manual Harpsichord, by Dana Ciul, 2011, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, GG-d’’’, 56 notes, transposing A415/A440, reverse keyboards of ebony naturals and bone-capped sharps, delrin jacks, celcon quills, with lid stick, music desk and turned stand of premium grade oak. $22,000.


#3911 HCH

Flemish double by Roberts & Brazier now being rebuilt at HCH, 2017. 8', 8', 4', buff, 56 notes, transposing A415 - GG-d’’’, A440 - (loss of top note) GG-c’’’. Delrin jacks, keyboards of bone with ebony sharps, stamped leather arcades. Painted soundboard in Flemish style, double stretcher baroque stand with turned legs. Includes padded cover. (87” x 33”, 6 1/4” octave) $22,000.


#3739 HCH
Double manual harpsichord by Robert Duffy, 2015, in the 17th Century French style; range GG - d''', transposing A415A440; with ebony naturals and light colored sharps; case painted black with vermillion interior; all brass stringing, 8', 8', 4', buff; parchment "wedding cake rose"; painted soundboard, turned stand, padded cover. dimensions 85" x 34". $24,000.


#3898 HCH
Hemsch Double manual harpsichord by Ernest Miller, 2016, FF-e’’’, 8’, 8’, 4’, buff, transposing A415/A440, Louis XV cabriole table stand, painted soundboard, matching bench. (93.68" x 37.46”, 6 1/2” octave) $24,000. OBO

#3638 HCH

Double manual after Christian Zell 1728 by Carl Fudge,   Opus 26, 1976.   FF-d"' with three choirs of 
8'8'4' and buff. (96" spine with 6 1/4" octave) @ 415 HZ. -not transposing.  Painted case and 
full Zell copy stand.  Fully painted board after the original instrument probably by Sheridan Germann (Boston). Instrument has been well maintained.  $25,000.

The Gallery/ Pipe Organs


#3910 HCH

Flentrop chamber organ, mechanical action organ C - f’’’, 54 notes with 3 ranks, from the late 1980’s. Built as a kit in Holland and shipped to the Hubbard Harpsichord Co. in the USA for assembling. 

8’ gedekt - wooden pipes (C - d) and metal pipes (d# - f’’’)
4’ fluit - stopped metal pipes (C - b) and open metal pipes (c’ - f’’’)
2’ octaav - open metal pipes (C - f’’’)

Height = 70”, Width = 46”, Depth = 22”, Weight = 500 lbs.

The case is constructed of solid wood and is appropriately decorated with European - style marbling and a touch of gold leaf. It is ideal for a youth choir in a balcony of a church, or up front to support the adult choir.  For a small church it is well suited for congregational singing. Flentrop has been building mechanical action organs exclusively since 1948 and continues to be held in high esteem around the world. $20,000.


#2851 HCH
Positif organ by Hermann Greunke and John Brombaugh, 1970's; C - d''', 45 notes; split stops 8' Regal, 4' Rohrflote, 2' Prinzipal, 1 1/3' Quint. Hand winded. Graceful carved grill work and painted case decoration. Entire unit fits into its own storage / travel case. $34,500


#3986 HCH

Positiv Continuo Organ by Henk Klop, 2003  3 1'2 stops with pull down pedal & organ bench.  Instrument may be used as continuo organ only.  8’ Gedeckt, 4’ Rohrflote, 2 2/3’ Quint (treble from middle c), 2’ Principal Range C - f3, transposing keyboard A415, A440, A465 / All registers divided at c' (middle c).  27 note Flat pedalboard and Bench.  Oiled cherry case; dimensions 44 X 35 X 20 inches.   HCH can provide stage dolly and padded cover at additional cost. This organ was in a private home, and is like new.  The blower has been replaced, and the instrument has been completely reconditioned. The casework and internal pipes are as new. $ 39,900.00  2003 Klop Positiv Continuo Organ WITH PEDAL.


The Gallery/ Clavichords


#4005 HCH

Double fretted clavichordby Carl Fudge, C/E - c’’’, bass short octave, at A392, case in cherry. Includes padded, zippered case with carry handles. $3,500.

#3539 HCH
Zuckermann King of Sweden clavichord
, triple-fretted : 45 notes, C/E-c’’’, short octave in bass.   Boxwood naturals and rosewood sharps. Solid mahogany case with a matching mahogany cabriole-leg stand, and a lined carrying case for easy transport. Pretty moldings and paneled lid. (41" x 13", 6 1/2" octave) Makes a small but very musical sound.  Excellent condition.
$4,500, $3,500.


#4074 HCH

Zuckermann King of Sweden clavichord, by Edward Kottick, 1980. triple-fretted 45 notes, C/E-c’’’, at 465 Hz, short octave in bass. Boxwood naturals and rosewood sharps, painted soundboard, solid mahogany case with a matching mahogany cabriole-leg stand, a lined hard carrying case for easy transport and padded cover. (39 3/4” x 12” x 4 1/2”, 6 3/8” octave) $4,500.


#4053 HCH
Clavichord by John Challis, 1948, Opus 65. Range AA - f''' unfretted; aluminum frame; beautiful mahogany case with turned leg stand; Latin motto: “music - the companion of joy, remedy for sorrow”, decorative brass hardware, unusual rose with square design; ebony covered naturals with wood sharps;   This instrument is a piece of instrument making history by the dean of harpsichord makers, John Challis. Originally with wooden soundboard, this instrument was upgraded in the 1960's by the Challis shop to his signature aluminum soundboard, resulting in extreme tuning stability and no loss of tone.  These clavichords sound beautiful, have wonderful responsive actions, and stay in tune almost indefinitely. (58” x 16” x 6”, 6 1/4” octave) Ralph Kirkpatrick borrowed a similar clavichord from Challis during the 1940's. $6,500.00  


#4003 HCH

Clavichord by Anne Acker, 2013, Paris Workshop design after Hubert. C - d’’’, 51 notes, Tuning is 1/6 comma meantone , currently at  A389, double strung. Case in cherry, Swiss pine soundboard, boxwood naturals and fruitwood accidentals. (length 51"; width 14"; depth of case 5”, weight 39 lbs. ,6 1/4” octave) Includes padded cover. $8,000.
Ed: this instrument has really fine case resonance and a mellow, full timbre...quite a pleasure to play. gng


#3931 HCH
- Sale Pending
Keith Hill clavichord, opus 273, 1992. GG - f’’’, 59 notes, double fretted @ A415. Keyboard of boxwood with ebony capped sharps. Lovely double fretted instrument with painted case in two colors; exterior wine, interior green with gold roping painted in, Flemish papers around soundboard. (54” x 15”, 6 1/4” octave) $8,900.


#3972 HCH
Clavichord by Tyre and Goudzwaard, 1995, opus 85. Ff - f’’’, 61 notes, keys of bone with carved arcades, cherry case, turned fluted legs. (60 1/2" x 20", 6 1/4" octave) $12,500. ~ Ed: this instrument was owned by Gavin Black and is meticulously crafted--certainly one of the finest unfretted instruments to grace our gallery. gng

The Gallery/ Pipe Organs

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The Gallery/ Fortepianos


#3351 HCH
John Broadwood & Sons square grand, London 1827-1828, Opus # 36022
; Key compass : FF- f4  73 keys @ 427; Three octave measure 488~19 1/4", double strung throughout.  Single pedal for dampers. Instrument was professionally rebuilt in Boston in 2006 with recent structural work 2012. Fully playing instrument of sweet tone. 69" x 26" x 34".

#3517 HCH
Antique fortepiano by George Moore, 1813
.  Magnificent inlaid and crossbanded case.  Restored by Tim Hamilton



The Gallery/ Antique Instruments


#4018 HCH

Antique English Bentside spinet by Jacob Kirckman, London, 1750.  Single set of 8' strings. Completely restored with care to preserve originality.  Original stand in the style of William and Mary. Original keyboard and action with jacks quilled in Canadian goose. Correct Graham Walker wool action cloth.  Instrument has been restrung in an historically accurate scale with Malcolm Rose English brass and iron. Range FF, GG - f''' pitched at A415.  78" across the spine.  The instrument is in excellent playing condition and hold its tune quite well. Our understanding is that the instrument has been in the same family in America since 1800. Truly a rare opportunity to own a fine example from the renowned Kirckman workshop. $35,000.

We are pleased to offer fine antique keyboard instruments for sale, backed by over 32 years of activity in the early keyboard field. With each instrument we will attempt to provide you with as detailed a provenance as possible. Please see our full listing of antique instruments.

Previous Offerings now sold:

English Bentside Spinet, 1731 by Krickhof

English Bentside Spinet by Keene n.d.

Semi-grand piano, 1839 by John Broadwood.

Italian Harpsichord, maker unknown, circa 1650 - 1720

Bentside Spinet by Longman & Broderip, 1785

Single manual harpsichord by Jacob Kirkman 1760

Single manual harpsichord by Vincenzo Sodi 1780

#2063 MA - Fortepiano by John Broadwood, 1800.

#2235 TX - Square piano by John Broadwood, 1804

#2556 Fortepiano my John Broadwood, 1795

#2857 Fortepiano by Carlo Arnoldi, late 1780's