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I've been reading a few topics on here recently and as someone that knows nothing I'm hoping someone can help.
I'm looking at buying a Spencer upright. Serial No 35869. I believe it is from the 1960's. Does anyone know if thats right?
Hopefully Ive added a picture.... Thank you in advance.
Meanwhile, I will see what I can find. In 1975, Spencer numbers had reached 54,800. I wonder if it could have been made by Zender around 1964?
Can one of our tradespeople remind me of the name of that type of pedal foot? Was it Ajax, and who used them other than Zender?
Any fool can make a piano-- it needs a tuner to put the music in it
I'd be more than happy to lift the keys up if I could but unfortunately I don't have the piano in my possession. I just wanted to get a little bit of information on it in case I was buying a dud ;-)
It seemed to be a little out of the ordinary when most of the Spencers people are asking about are very old yet this one appears to be a lot younger.
The name Spencer is written on the piano.
If I can get any more info I will certainly let you know.
I'm looking to buy this piano and it's price is £350.
I'm not sure if this is a bit ott. But I guess it's worth what someone is willing to pay.