Please remember that I have not seen the instruments on this page, and any comments I may make are based entirely on information provided by the seller and my own interpretation of the pictures. Buyers should make their own enquiries, and should view the instruments whenever possible. Buyers are responsible for collection; please do not assume that the seller will be able to assist with handling.
Please also be aware that there may be export or import requirements or restrictions between certain countries. For example CITES certificates my be required if the piano conains materials such as ivory or certain woods. It is the buyer's responsibility to ensure that any such requirements are met.
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There have been a few cases where instruments have just 'disappeared', and some where owners have disposed of them privately and forgotten to let me know. So please note that the advertisements will stay on this page for six months or so. If owners wish them to stay longer, would they please make a request in good time?
The asking prices are entirely the decision of the seller, and do not necessarily reflect my personal opinion.
Very often, sellers ask me for advice about prices. I am not a professional valuer, but I am happy to suggest what similar pianos have achieved either at auction or by private sale in recent months.
If an owner seeks a professional valuation, Piano Auctions Limited offer this service, for which they make a charge of £42.