A.Hanna & Sons Pianos LTD

A.Hanna & Sons Pianos LTD

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  • 94 Kingston Road
    Merton, London SW19 1LA
  • Phone: View Phone
  • Mobile: 2085404553
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A.Hanna & Sons Pianos LTD offer new pianos, used pianos, piano accessories, and also offer part exchange and many other services and products.

We are very proud of our superb commitment to quality, and aim to give the very best service time and time again.

We are an official dealer for C. Bechstein and Bechstein Academy pianos. C. Bechstein and Bechstein Academy are manufacturers of world class grand and upright pianos, and have been since 1843. All of our C. Bechstein pianos, as well as our new Yamaha, Ritmuller, Perzina, Steinbach pianos and the rest of our top quality pianos, are available in a range of models to suit all tastes and budgets.

We would like to invite you to visit our piano showroom to view, touch and hear the wide range of our special selections of New Pianos and / or Reconditioned Secondhand Pianos which are on special deals with Free UK Delivery.


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