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The Snetzler organ case from 1769 in Beverley Minster
The Snetzler organ case from 1769 in Beverley Minster

John Snetzler (or Schnetzler) was an organ builder of Swiss origin, who worked mostly in England.[1] Born in Schaffhausen in 1710,[2] he trained with the firm of Egedacher in Passau and came to London about 1741. When he retired in 1781, his business continued and ended up with Thomas Elliot. Snetzler died in Schaffhausen on 28 September 1785.

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