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Bill from Sebastian Erard to J. C. Neilson for harp and accessories


A bill from Sebastian Erard's London factory to J. C. Neilson listing charges for a new patent double movement harp, a leather cover, a set of Roman strings, silver strings, and a packing case. A discount of 12 pounds also appears to have been applied to the final sum. Full transcription: J. C. Neilson Esq. - London 26th June 1817 Bot. of Sebastian Erard, Inventor of the harp with double movements, and also of the Single movement Harp brought out in 1794. Maker to H. R. H. the Princess Charlotte of Wales. To his most Christian Majesty the King of France. And to his I. M. the Emperor of all the Russias. At his Manufactory 18 Great Marlborough Street. N3. Erard's Harp and Piano Forte Manufactory, Nos. 13 and 21 Rue du mail a Paris.




Collection Number

MS 692


9 x 10 inches


1 page

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