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English: Photo of a replica en:fortepiano made by Paul McNulty, following an 1804 original by the Viennese maker Anton Walter.

Photo from Mr. McNulty's website ( Permission was obtained from Mr. McNulty under the GFDL license by email correspondence, which is repeated below:

Dear [Opus33's email name omitted],

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Paul McNulty and Viviana Sofronitzki

Tyrsovo namesti 128 25726 Divisov, Czech Republic Tel: +420 317 855 286 Fax: +420 317 855 035

mobile:+420 737 927 567
Date 2007-06-15 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Opus33 at en.wikipedia
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