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Pair of Timpani, Unknown, 1700-1800 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Charles W. Wheatstone (1802-1875), c. 1829, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Charles-Joseph Sax (1790-1865), 1840 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Frantisek Doleisch I (1749-1806), 1793, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Lyon & Healy (1864-present), 1893 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Presentation Snare Drum, William Shute Tompkins (1812-1882), 1860, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Decker Brothers (1865-1895), Paul von Janko (1856-1919), c. 1895, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Soprano Ophicleide, Adolphe Sax (1814-1894), c. 1842-1845, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Jacob Denner (1681-1735), c. 1725, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Copper Serpent, William Lander (1763-1843), 1825 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Unknown, Gary M. Stewart (restorer), 1800-1900 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Cornetto, Unknown, Rainer Weber (restorer); John R. McCann, Sandy, Utah (reproduction mouthpiece), 1550-1650 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Les Paul Model Electric Guitar, Gibson, Inc., 1952, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Chanot and Lete workshop, c. 1819, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Six-valve Trombone, Adolphe Sax (1814-1894), c. 1885, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Antonio and Girolamo Amati (The Brothers Amati), Charles Francois Gand (1787-1845), France (restorer), c. 1595, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Grand Parade Trumpet, Adolphe Sax (1814-1894), 1877, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Ud Soepoyo, 1999, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Double Chromatic Harp, Henry Greenway (1833-1903), c. 1895, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Petrus Rautta (?), 1579, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
West African Thumb Piano, Unknown, 1900-1950 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Bowl Gong (Kin), Unknown, 1870 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
Josef Loosser, 1786, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Maker unknown, c. 1785, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Maker unknown, c. 1850, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, J. P. Seeburg Piano Co. (orchestrion), Seybold Company (piano) and Harmony Company (drums), 1913, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, David Rivinus, Eric Meyer (pegs only), 2005, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Franz Schwarzer workshop, c. 1920, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Unknown, 1530 c., From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Manuel Antunes (1707-1796), Joachim Jose Antunes (1731–1811; Manuel's brother / collaborator), 1767, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Anton Martin Thym, John Koster, Vermillion, South Dakota (restorer), c. 1815, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Jacob Hannss, c. 1620, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Johann Wilhelm Haas (1649-1723), 1681, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737), Andrew Dipper, Minneapolis (restorer), 1680, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Christian Dieffenbach (1769-1829), Thomas Dieffenbach, Millersburg, Pennsylvania (rebuilt organ in 1883-84) and Jacob Dieffenbach (painted polychromed case pipes), 1808, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Orville Gibson (1856-1918), c. 1898-1902, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
- Image 1, Gommaar van Everbroeck (ca. 1603/04-d. after 1666), 1659, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
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