Made probably during the 17th or 18th Century
Also known as Mulagh harp (according to Mike Billinge at wirestrungharp.com: he says the usual name is incorrect)
Owned by the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks, in storage (not on display).
"High Headed" design;
33 strings. Longest 130cm.
This harp was in Scotland during the 19th Century. (History of this harp by Keith Sanger). Its decoration appears to be unfinished as the soundbox has been marked out for decoration and soundholes. The metalwork (tuning pins and cheek bands) has been removed.
Mike Billinge has studied this harp and an interesting artiucle suggesting it is the same instrument as played by Charles Byrne can be found on wirestrungharp.com.