Drawing by Robert Bruce Armstrong, from The Irish and Highland Harps
|String Count||41 originally but now 40|
|Height||131 cm. (51½ inches)|
|Soundbox||Madeup box from several pieces of wood (beech?) with a crossgrained (softwood) soundboard, maximum width is 29 cm. (11½ inches)|
|Current Location||The Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London|
There is a possibility that the soundboard is a later addition or reconstructed repair, as Anthony Baines thought it appeared to be more recent.
For Robert Bruce Armstrongs account of this harp, see The Irish and Highland Harps pages 102 through 104. A photograph of the Harp at South Kensington, along with a brief description, can be found on the Victoria and Albert Museums website.
 Anthony Baines. Catalogue of Musical Instruments in the Victoria and Albert Museum - Part II: Non-keyboard instruments. 1998, pp 77-78.