In addition to the instruments listed here, 88-note upright pedal players to suit all tastes and pockets are usually available.
If you are seeking a particular make or model of instrument not listed here, we may be able to obtain it for you.
A very handsome 6′ (183cm) Weber electric Duo-Art grand in a special Sheraton-style figured mahogany case with inlaid banding. This very special instrument was made at the Aeolian Co factory in Hayes, England, in 1928. The casework was very likely a special order for a customer. It is an electrically-pumped Duo-Art, but it could be ... read more
John Broadwood & Sons baby grand player piano, circa 1931, fitted with Higel player action. The player action and the piano action have been well maintained, and this instrument is in very good condition. The mahogany casework is very attractive. The dimensions are as follows – 163cm long x 152.5cm wide and 107cm high. It ... read more
Steinway K upright, pedal/electric Duo-Art, 1930. This is a very late instrument, in a mahogany case, and was the top-of-the-range upright Duo-Art. It has the 4-exhauster pump and separate electric motor (not the Motora turbine pump), which is much quieter in operation. The piano action has been professionally rebuilt, as has the pianola action, this ... read more
This instrument is being delivered to us this month, and full details will follow. It is in very good original condition, only having had three owners from new. It is one of the later variety, dating from about 1926, where the ‘stack’ that plays each note of the piano is situated above the keyboard, rather ... read more
This is a foot-operated Pianola in a mahogany case. It has been used as a piano for many years, the pianola action is in need of restoration. It was made circa 1930. Being only 5 feet in length, it is one of the smallest Pianola grands. £500 ... read more
This instrument was made in 1910 as a Themodist Pianola (foot-pumped), and was converted by the owner in the 1980’s to Pedal/Electric Duo-Art. It has been re-strung, and the case (rosewood, we believe) has been re-finished. There is some work to be done, as the piano has not been used for several years – ... read more
Steinway model O, pedal/electric Duo-Art. This instrument was made at Steinway’s factory in Hamburg in 1925, then shipped to the Aeolian Company’s factory in Hayes, England where the Pianola action was fitted. It has been re-polished and re-strung, and the Pianola action has been partlyrestored. The piano action has not yet been started. Very few ... read more