Instruments Built

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Dance Organ
... came into its own during the 1920s, with large instruments built by Mortier and Gebroeders Decap Antwerpen (Dutch for Decap Brothers Antwerp) ... While the earlier instruments had classically carved wooden fronts, in the 1930s fashion dictated elaborate art deco appearances ... Later still, during the 1950s, organs were built with a noticeably simpler appearance, often making use of formica and imitation wood coverings ...

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