This eminently practical harpsichord has good provenance. An example of one of Zuckermann's successful kits, this one was professionally made by Malcolm Greenhalgh.
It is designed in the Flemish style, with 8' + 8' +4' registers. There is also provision for a buff stop (batten in place - just needs pads).
It has the later style brown jacks, which have the advantage that traditional wooden jacks may be easily subsituted if desired.
Music-desks were not part of the design of harpsichords until near the end of the eighteenth century, so this one came with a very practical separate desk.