Publisher: B.T. Batsford, London, 1966, 1st edition 2nd impression. Hardback with good, unclipped dustjacket, 336 pages, profusely illus with b& w photos, includes comprehensive index of organs. The cover, in green cloth boards with gilt titling to spine, is in very good, clean and bright condition with just a trace of shelfwear. Internally the book is in very good, firm, clean and bright condition with clear text pages and illustrations. Very light tanning to pages commensurate with age. Illustrated throughout with wonderful and fascinating black and white photos and drawings. The unclipped and protected dustjacket is in fair to good, clean condition with some light tanning to spine and edges, some moderate shelfwear to top edges and a little edge 'nibbling' to spine extremities. A few light handling marks here and there. Overall this is a good, sound copy of this magnificent, comprehensive and well illustrated history of the European Organ, appealing to both organ players and specialists as well as to more general lovers of the rich tradition of organ music over the centuries. Highly recommended!