Updated through online information from Andrew Hagberg.
Updated through online information from John Igoe. -- A November 2015 entry on Ebay shows this instrument for sale for $3,000.
Updated through on-line information from David Hagberg. -- The Hamill from Oakland, Maine listed as "destroyed" is in fact alive and in use at my home in Sterling, Mass. I bought it from Ed Opgenorth of Templeton, MA ca. 1986. The instrument does not have all its original pipework. The pedal was enlarged to 27 notes, using half-length 16' wooden pipes from a Möller theatre organ. The manual oboe is from the dismantled George Reed from Emmanuel Lutheran in Worcester. The dulciana was replaced with a rank of unknown provenance labelled "Spec Gamba."
Status Note: There 1996.
From Baptist, Oakland, ME; via Opgenorth barn,Templeton, MA . Purchased by Hagberg in 1986.