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.
Sir Herbert Marshall, Sons, & Rose upright Angelus Player Piano, circa 1913. Rosewood case. This is one of the smaller Marshall & Rose uprights, with an 85-note keyboard, fitted with the conventional Angelus pneumatic action rather than the bulkier “Pouch Action Angelus” fitted to the larger pianos. This example has been in one family for ... read more
This is a Steck model 3 upright, the piano was made at the Aeolian Company factory in Gotha, Germany in 1910. The casework is veneered in figured mahogany with inlaid borders and banding, and is very high-quality. The Pianola action is a 65-note one, the stack and exhausters all being fitted beneath the key-bed. The ... read more
A Marshall & Wendell upright Ampico, which is original and unrestored. It requires full restoration. An opportunity to acquire a “restoration project” for a very reasonable price – £275, including some Ampico rolls. Further details and pictures on request. ... read more
Feurich Red Welte upright, 1923. A large handsome piano, the Welte action was restored some years ago, and the piano action overhauled at that time. It is presently located in the West Country. It has not been used for a few years, and requires re-commissioning, which is not thought to involve too much work. The ... read more
Steck model 3 electric-only Duo-Art baby grand, circa 1933. Beautiful walnut casework, with cabriole legs. The instrument has been restored throughout, including re-stringing. Matching stool. Situated in east Kent. £6,000 or near offer, possible part-exchange for larger (Weber?) Duo-Art grand. ... read more
Blüthner Solophonola upright, made in 1925. A high-quality instrument with the Hupfeld player action. Rosewood case, which has faded in places. Good ivory keys. The player action could benefit from an overhaul and the re-covering of some of the bellows. We would undertake this if required, or it can be used in its present condition ... read more
STEINWAY Model K upright 88-note Pianola, circa 1913/14, rebuilt in recent years, rolls and stool included. Please enquire for further details. AEOLIAN Model 3 upright Pianola, circa 1927, recently overhauled and in very good playing condition. One of the smaller Aeolian models. £1,500 MORLEY Baby Grand 88-note player. Very compact, less than 5 feet long. ... read more
Gabriel Gaveau Duo-Art grand, electric-only, fully rebuilt. The instrument is situated near St Girons in the Ariege department in South-west France. To quote the owner: “The piano woodwork and inside was completely restored to “as new” condition in 2012 (including changing strings, hammers, felts, etc.) and the Duo Art mechanism was also restored to “as ... read more
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
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