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Roller (Cob) Organ Survey

Please help me to establish an accurate history of Roller Organ design evolution by identifying the following features of your Roller Organ:

It's simple!  Just fill out the form below:
(Please answer only those questions which can be accurately determined.)
E-mail address: (if I need to contact you)
The Name on the Stencil is:
The Manufacturing Date is:  (This is Important! Usually stamped on the bottom.)
The Date on the Reed-Block is:
  (Optional. Requires opening the case.)
The Organ Operates By:
(Pressure has round valve holes.)
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The Worm Gear on the Roller
(Cob) Shaft (on the left end) Uses:
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The First Valve Lever
(on the left) is:
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The Lowest Pitch is Closest to:

The Cast Iron Base is Attached with:
(Total number.)
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The Cast Iron Half-Nut
(threaded portion, which meshes with the worm gear) and the Cast Iron Base are:
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The Rod On Which the Valves Pivot has a:

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The Knob
(on the right) Which Releases the Roller (Cob) is a:
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My "Gem" Has a Relief Valve:

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My "Gem" Has a Stencil on the Front Which is:

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My "Concert" or "Chautauqua" Has Side Panels Which Have a:

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My "Concert" or "Chautauqua" Has an Inner:

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Thank You!