I picked up this instrument at a garage sale and it has your label inside. What is it?

Window HarpIf it looks like the picture on the left, it is one of our old Window Harps.  These are also called Aeolian Harps.  They are designed to sit in the sill of a window and be played by the wind.

As the wind passes over the strings, it will sound harmonics so the tuning is not important.  Just make sure there is enough tension on the strings to produce a tone when plucked.

If you need to replace a string, you’ll want to order .036″ diameter nylon which is used for all the strings on that instrument.