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Researchers at the Museum of Music Automatons in Seewen are confident that they have discovered the long-lost organ of the Britannic - the sister ship of the ill-fated Titanic, which sank on its maiden voyage in 1912.
The instrument, which is documented in drawings and a photograph, had been missing for nearly a century. It was unearthed during the restoration of the Welte philharmonic organ belonging to the Museum of Music Automatons.
Dr. Christoph E. Hänggi, Director of the Museum, explains: "The organ builders were cleaning three areas under the soundboard of the organ that are not normally accessible, and found three identical stamped marks reading "Britannic".
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