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my friend bought old upright piano few months ago, we are trying to identify it but I can find nothing.
It is Valsonora, and we found there some signets from exhibitions (from Meerane, Plauet, Zwickau, Leipzig), signet of Friedrich August III. and others says "dem verdienste".
I will be grateful for any help with identifying. I haven't any good photos of piano, but i upload some as soon as i can.
Until we have photos of the whole piano, I can't tell you anything about it.
i hope it helps
I can only guess that it might be from around 1907. If the action (the working parts of the notes) is marked with the action makers' name and number, I may be able to date this. Otherwise, have a look at
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