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The octa-vibraphone is a musical instrument produced by the Leedy Manufacturing Company in 1935. Only three of these instruments were ever produced. Currently, two are in museums, and one belongs to a family that used to live near the company's plant in Elkhart, Indiana. They are estimated to be worth over one-million dollars.