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 Marshall & Wendell Ampico 5’/153cm baby grand, made in the USA in 1924. This instrument was fully rebuilt about 20 years ago (including restringing, re-polishing, and rebuilding of the piano action and the Ampico action). It plays very well indeed. Including 50 Ampico rolls in a non-matching cabinet, and a piano stool. £7,250. Further ... read more
Aeolian upright Model 3 Pianola, 1929. The Pianola action has been restored, and the piano action overhauled, in recent years. Mahogany case. Plays very well with little effort! £1,000 to include music rolls. ... read more
Steinway upright Model K pedal-operated Pianola, 1920. Fully-restored some years ago and in very good condition throughout. Mahogany case. A good collection of music rolls included. Further details and pictures to follow. ... read more
Steinway & Sons model O pedal/electric Duo-Art grand. ... read more
An upright Marshall & Rose model 17 (85-note-piano) fitted with the Angelus player action, circa 1914. This instrument has been restored, including re-stringing etc, and is in a very attractive rosewood case. The player action is the conventional type of pneumatic stack, not the pouch-type, and these pneumatics have been re-covered. The Marshall & Rose ... read more
Steinway model K upright Pianola, circa 1913/14, walnut case. This instrument has been comprehensively rebuilt in the past 10 years, including: Re-stringing, piano action with new hammers etc, Pianola action including all bellows and tubing, casework. It plays very well, both manually and as a Pianola, and comes with over 100 rolls and a non-matching ... read more
A baby grand player piano by Morley of London, circa 1930. 155cm / 5’1″ long. Fitted with the Higel 88-note player action. This instrument was fully restored about ten years ago, including re-stringing and re-polishing. £5,000 including stool and a good selection of rolls. ... read more
Steck Duo-Art grand which was partly-restored about 15 years ago. It is a pedal/electric full Duo-Art instrument in a mahogany case, made at Hayes in 1926. It plays well, particularly as an electric Duo-Art. £1,850. Full details and pictures available on request. ... 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
Marshall & Wendell upright Ampico reproducing piano, circa 1925. In good condition, but not used for a few years so it will be fully overhauled, regulated and tuned before sale. Dark mahogany case. Ampico rolls included. Further details and pictures to follow. ... read more