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.
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. £4,000 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
AEOLIAN Model 3 upright Pianola, circa 1927, recently overhauled and in very good playing condition. One of the smaller Aeolian models. £1,500 SOLD. ... 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 fully restored. The piano action has been restored using genuine Steinway ... read more