A C Sundahl, Copenhagen c. 1870

There were some beautiful pianos made in Scandinavia in the third quarter of the nineteenth century, and this is a fine example by A C Sundahl of Copenhagen.

This Piano has been in the same family since it was new in around 1870, and it came to England in 1980.

Although technically a 'square' piano, its shape is very far from that.  Perhaps it is better described as a transverse grand.

The mechanism is very different from an English piano.

Clean and in very good order.

We are happy to say that this lovely piano has now found loving home.


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