Lyon & Healy Prince William

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Commissioned in the 1920's, the original Prince William was to be a one-of-a-kind instrument that was left unfinished due to Depression-era woes. In the 1950's an employee of Lyon & Healy personally financed its completion and named the instrument for his highly regarded harp division manager, William J. Parks. The Prince William’s sound is true Lyon & Healy: clear and resonant with carrying ability. With a mahogany finish, bunches of 23+ karat gilded roses drape from the top of the crown and swirl the base, enhancing its regal appearance. A double Rosewood inlay complements the solid Sitka Spruce soundboard. The hand-painted soundboard decoration using 23+ karat gold leaf featuring a bouquet of flowers set in an elaborate vase surrounded by trellised vines and ribbon. As a Lyon & Healy Special Instrument, the Prince William comes with a unique miniature etching of a Lyon & Healy concert grand action plate design on the inside of the soundboard and a richly engraved, previously retired front action plate as well as an engraved back plate. Price does not include freight or insurance. Additional terms and conditions apply. Due to unusual size and dimensions shipping charges will be higher than the standardized rate generated at Checkout

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47 strings: 0 octave G to 7th octave C

Height: 74 1/4" (189 cm)

Soundboard Width: 21 5/8" (55 cm)

Extreme Width: 38 5/8" (98 cm)

Weight: 83 lbs (38 Kg)