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Lyon & Healy Price List
Lyon & Healy/Salvi Rent to Own & Bounty Programs (available in the USA)
Lyon & Healy Lever Brochure (2010) (17 MB)
Chicago Brochure (2010) (5 MB)
Historical Lyon & Healy Catalogs
Lyon & Healy is proud of its 150-year history and we are happy to make some of our historical catalogs and pubications available online for your perusal.
These catalogs are the property of Lyon & Healy Harps, Inc. Use or reprinting with permission only. These PDFs are available online for educational and entertainment purposes.
1897 Harp Catalog - (112 pgs./61 MB)- The second Lyon & Healy harp catalog (first 1894). Features a wonderfully written history of the harp; our awards and images from the 1893 World's Fair and 1894 Antwerp International Exposition; drawings and descriptions of the mechanical and wood improvements to the new Lyon & Healy harp including patents for the extended soundboard, adjustable discs and tapered spring spindle; a catechism of the harp; endorsements from harpists including Aptommas and Posse; a list of the first +100 harps sold and a catalogue of music.
Features Styles 11, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25 and a unique Japanese.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1897.
1908 Harp Catalog - (37 pgs./21 MB)- Similar to the 1897 catalog but also features the Style 18, Japanese and Gothic in sizes 22 or 25 and the stunning Rococo harp featuring a hand-painted soundboard of cherubs playing musical instruments in a garden setting.
Features Styles 11, 18, 20, 21, 22, 26, Japanese, Gothic and Rococo.
Catalog, Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1908.
1911 Rare Old Violins Catalog - (103 pgs./11 MB)- This catalog features a list of violins and violas including some images as well as information about repairs, selling terms and also a list of violin music and books available.
Catalog, Rare Old Violins. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1911.
1916 Everything Known in Music - (68 pgs./18 MB)- A souvenir book written upon the opening of Lyon & Healy's Wabash Avenue and Jackson Boulevard location. It includes a dedication to co-founder Patrick Joseph Healy, a description of the the building's layout and business, along with a historical sketch and brief comments on the instruments of the orchestra. Mentioned in the historical sketch is the (then) new manufacturing headquarters located on Fullerton Avenue at Crawford Avenue. This building is still in existence and its nearby Metra train stop is named Healy Station, in honor of Mr. Healy.
Souvenir Book, Everything Known in Music. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1916.
1916 Harp Catalog - (65 pgs./7 MB)- This catalog features "color" photographs of the harps as well as factory photos of the harpmaking process. The Louis XV is featured along with a matching chair, music stand and lamp (price in 1916 $10,000). Also features endorsements from harpists including Dilling, Ludwig, Salzedo and Tramonti.
Features Styles 14, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 and Louis XV.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1916.
1924 Rare Old Violins Catalog - (112 pgs./10 MB)- This catalog features a special section about The Patello Collection and a list of violins, violas and violincellos as well their bows.
Catalog, Rare Old Violins. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1924.
1927 Harp Catalog - (41 pgs./17 MB)- The cover of this catalog features a gold embossed Style 13 and described internally are improvements found in the Lyon & Healy Harp. Black-and-white photographs of the models are superimposed onto images of elegant home settings of the 1920s. A list of orchestras using the Lyon & Healy Harp as well as harpmaking factory photos are included.
Features Styles 3, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 22, 23 and 26.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1927.
1935 Harp Catalog - The catalog cover features an Art Deco design featuring four Salzedo harps in a skyscraper formation. The Salzedo was named after legendary harpist-composer-teacher Carlos Sazedo, who collaborated with Witold Gordon on its design. Harp string spacing is wider in the 4th and 5th octaves and was Lyon & Healy's first non-gilded harp. Short history of the harp and the company are included.
Features Styles 12, 15, 17, 22, 23, 26, 3 and Salzedo.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1935.
1940 Harp Catalog - This simple catalog, published during WWII, includes a list of orchestras, schools and famous harpists such as Salzedo, Lawrence, Grandjany, Dilling and Salvi, who play the Lyon & Healy Harp.
Features Styles 3, 11, 12, 15, 17, 22, 23, 26 and Salzedo.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1940.
1950s Harp Catalog - (18 pgs./2 MB)- This catalog includes an updated recap of the history of Lyon & Healy, with accounts of the harp's involvement in the music world - especially in radio and TV. Also an emphasis of the Lyon & Healy harp in schools including the famous beach photo of harpists playing along the lakefront at Interlochen.
Features Styles 14, 15, 17, 23, 11 and Salzedo.
Catalog, The Lyon & Healy Harp. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1950s.
1964 A Century of Music (31 pgs./6 MB)- A one-hundred-year written history of Lyon & Healy.
Souvenir Booklet, A Century of Music. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1964.
1970s Harp Brochure (8 pgs./2 MB)-
Features Styles 11, 15, 17, 23, 30, 100 and the Salzedo.
Brochure, Lyon & Healy Harps. Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1970s.
2014 Lyon & Healy 150th Birthday Festival Program (69 pgs./4 MB)- Program for our Festival held June 4-7, 2014 includes the following sections: Congratulations, About Us, A Brief History, Programming (with Program Notes), Artists' Bios, Masterclass Artists' Bios and details about the Historical Harp Exhibition.
Program, Lyon & Healy 150th Birthday Festival 1864 - 2014. Chicago: Lyon & Healy Harps, Inc., 2014.