Clark Irish Harp, New York, post-1915, needs repair
Needs repair

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NOTE: Above photos show the harp in its original 1990s pre-damage condition, current photos below.

Provenance: This is the beautiful harp that appears on my groundbreaking A Christmas Collection. In otherwise great condition, it had a doweled repair in the neck when I acquired it in the 1990s. I had Markwood Harps create a custom string set for it, played it for the project and for a few subsequent years in my annual Christmas shows. One day, it spilt at presumably the old repair location. The soundboard remains in great condition. These are incredibly charming small “neo-Celtic” harps with 31 strings and early sharping levers. Clark built and sold these for a couple decades from about 1915 into 1950 (there is a book out about Melville Clark and his harps).

It stands 52-1/2” high – 39-1/2” when removed from the detachable fold-able stand.

Offered for a third of its original value, so you can have the repair handled as you see fit.

Price: $500 (additional 3% fee if paying via CC or Paypal)
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