Cost in 1875: $800. -- information from 1987 OHS Handbook
Updated through online information from Stephen Paul Kowalyshyn.
I only happened upon this link to a 9/28/2015 article in ManchesterInkLink.com telling of this instrument's move from Byfield, MA, to the Beacon Building in Manchester, NH.
Updated through online information from Katherine Yosua.
Updated through on-line information from jeffrey h smith. -- Mechanical swell "shoe-shape" pedal,upper right side placement // hitchdown gt/gt 4' coupler // pedal compass 25 notes but only plays lowest 13 notes (lowest octave) of Bourdon 16' the pipes for which are behind the case. If the remaining 12 pipes (upper octave) are in the case or if the design was to transfer them from the bottom of the Gt Bourdon 8' in either scenario the upper octave does not play, although when the Pedal Coupler is engaged the pedal clavier does play all 25 notes from Gt properly. Other than that quirk the instrument is SPLENDID condition --mechanically, visually (gorgeous stenciling) and tuning-wise. A testimony to a small congregation's commitment to supporting a fine instrument.
Status Note: There 1987