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My Step daughter just got a piano for free. Its in very good condition and we cannot figure out the name o the front of it to try and find out who the manufacturer is. I had a look at it this morning but needed a torch to see inside because its in her dark hallway and I didnt have one on me. Inside I saw the serial as 145046 or 146045 and it has what looked like an embossed logo of some sort on the iron frame. I wil have to go back with a torch but thought Id post a pix up here. Someone may know straight away by the look of it
I thought at first it was a modernised old piano with some B&Q decoration stuck on, but it looks more like one of these many modern pianos from the 70s & 80s that tried to mimic an antique style. If you want to search inside it for clues, have a look at
Very intriguing. Hope someone recognises it
Any fool can make a piano-- it needs a tuner to put the music in it
I am not quite convinced that APG7 is not OPQ7 or something! Could we see a closer shot of the markings?
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