J. Strohmenger and sons

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J. Strohmenger and sons

Post by Sere1168 » 25 Mar 2018, 11:00

Hi,
We have a J.Strohmenger & Sons London Piano yet we know little about it and would like to know whether anyone here would know anything as to its value?
Its condition is very nice, as you can see from the Picts, It seems to play well and it has been periodically tuned.

Any help appreciated !

Many thanks.

Serena
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Re: J. Strohmenger and sons

Post by Barrie Heaton » 25 Mar 2018, 13:43

As it says at the top of the site we can not put a value on a piano whiteout seeing it

However, a piano of that age tends not to fetch much money. The trade would ask you for money to take it away. They sell on on eBay from £0 to ... whatever you can get for them. If it is on concert pitch and plays well that will add to its value

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Re: J. Strohmenger and sons

Post by Sere1168 » 25 Mar 2018, 19:55

Thanks Barrie!

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