Bell-lyra, glockenspiel. Twenty-three metal bars suspended within a lyre-shaped frame, three bars loose. Nickel silver-plated frame with steel bars. Bars held with both string and copper wire. Bars are flat on one side, slightly concave on the other and each have two small holes for attaching to the frame. Some bars have note names stamped on the surface and some are stamped: AG
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