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The IBO List of Redundant Organs

This area of the website contains a current list of organs available for relocation. Compiled from information supplied by advisors, churches and IBO members, it is offered as a central source of information and as a service to assist those who have a need to find second hand or historically important instruments. To help with administration costs, there is a nominal GBP£25.00 'one-off' fee for this service, to be paid in advance of listing (see details on submission form).

While the IBO makes every effort to include as much detail as possible, the IBO is in no way responsible for the accuracy of entries and encourages prospective purchasers to seek confirmation of all details to their own satisfaction before proceeding. The details contained within the list are offered in good faith and for guidance purposes only.

The list is primarily presented by size of instrument in terms of number of manuals. You can select the number of manuals that you wish to view with the pulldown menu on the right to start your search. You can then move through the available instruments in that category using the controls at the top of each page. If you are returning to the lists to view a specific instrument, then you can navigate directly to it by entering the IBO reference number. You can also look for redundant organs by region. To avoid questions arising over the exact boundaries of a region, the search is by county so please do consider searching in neighbouring counties also if you are looking more locally than the entire UK.

For each entry, further contact details are held by the administrator who will respond to any enquiry.

If you would like to add details of a redundant organ known to you, please submit them here for inclusion on the list.

If you have current knowledge of an instrument no longer being available, please update us.

If you would like some general guidance on the disposing of redundant pipe organ, then a leaflet is available here.

     
     
   
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