Dated to the 17th century
Kept at the Museo Civico, Bologna.
"Baroque Italian" design;
94 strings (34 diatonic positions), longest 164cm.
This instrument is not securely dated. it has three parallel rows of strings, two complete diatonic unison rows and a third central chromatic row.
Further reading: This harp is described briefly with illustrations and dimensions, in Joan Rimmer, 'The Morphology of the Triple Harp', Galpin Society Journal XVIII, 1965