Specken Detail

The first three clavichords are legless table-top instruments; the other instruments are furnished with a four-legged upper frame. The keyboards on instruments after Praetorius and after the South German model are covered with boxwood or olive wood, otherwise, they are ebony-covered.

Fretted Clavichord after Michael Praetorius 1620   8'8' C/E-c'''
Fretted Clavichord after a South German, anonymous model, 17th century   8'8' C/E-c'''
Fretted Clavichord after Johann Andreas Stein 1762 (Mozarts Reiseclavier)   8'8' C-f'''
Fretted Clavichord after Christian Gottlob Hubert 1787   8'8' AA-f'''
Fret-free Clavichord after Philip Jacob Specken 1743   8'8' C-d'''
Fret-free Clavichord after Johann Christoph Georg Schiedmayer, undated   8'8' C-a'''
Fret-free Clavichord after Christian Gottfried Friederici 1765   8'8' FF-f'''
Fret-free Clavichord after Johann Heinrich Silbermann 1775   8'8' FF-f'''
Fret-free Clavichord after Johann Christoph Georg Schiedmayer 1796   8'8' FF-g'''