Italian single-manual harpsichord after Giovanni Battista Giusti, Lucca 1681
(Original - Germanisches Nationalmuseum – Sammlung historischer Musikinstrumente / Nürenberg))

range C - c3, transposing 415/440/465 Hz, 49 + 2 notes, stops 2x8', dimensions 200 x 83 x 24 cm, weight 45kg, body false inner – outer corpus, material of corpus is lime-tree wood (bass-wood), sounding board Val di Fiemme spruce, single-manual keyboard 49 notes – boxwood naturals, ebony topped walnut sharps, wooden jacks with delrin plectra (quill feather plectra - supplementary charge) red and yellow brass wire stringing
different or extended range is possible after agreement transposing 392/415/440 Hz is possible on request Decoration
standard: inside of instrument oiled natural wood, external finish colored, vermilion/cinnabar with gilded/silvered molding according to original, varnished, supplementary decoration is possible after agreement (supplementary charge) simplified decoration with reduced price is possible on request sound quality, mechanic and technological tasks are absolutely the same - instruments are ranked among first-rate concert instruments, price difference is proportional to the costs of decoration
standard: tuning key
supplementary charge: italian-type folding stand – natural or colored, varnished, waxed or italian-type stand with ornamental fretwork possible after agreement, fabric carrying case for the instrument, fabric carrying case for the stand