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  • ALLISON UPRIGHT PIANO

    ALLISON UPRIGHT PIANO

    13-02-2020 04:36PM

    This is a nice Allison Upright. Lovely sound.
    H.1.24 mt
    W.1.52 mt
    D.62 cm

    WOOD DEEP MAHOGANY

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  • PLEYEL PIANO

    PLEYEL PIANO

    13-02-2020 04:29PM

    Pleyel is the number one brand in France. This is an amazing romantic piano with a lovely and warm sound,
    H. 1.32mt
    W.1.57 mt
    D. 68 cm

    CHERRY TREE WOOD

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  • C.BECHSTEIN MOD 8

    C.BECHSTEIN MOD 8

    13-02-2020 04:25PM

    This is a wonderful piano, fully reconditioned.
    H.1.28 mt
    W.1.55 mt
    D.63 cm

    WOOD - DARK WALNUT

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  • C.BECHSTEIN ART CASE MOD A

    C.BECHSTEIN ART CASE MOD A

    13-02-2020 04:21PM

    This is a unique piano located in Portugal. If interested we can organize a viewing and can be transported to London/ UK.
    It has been reconditioned and it is like new.
    STYLE - ART CASE
    WOOD- WALNUT
    LIKE NEW

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  • DANEMANN UPRIGHT

    DANEMANN UPRIGHT

    13-02-2020 04:13PM

    Amazing Upright Danemann for sale at AMH Pianos Services London.
    IRON FRAME
    CROSS STRINGS
    CHERRY TREE
    H 1.20 mt
    W. 1.49 mt
    D. 61 cm

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  • C.BECHSTEIN UPRIGHT MOD IV

    C.BECHSTEIN UPRIGHT MOD IV

    13-02-2020 04:09PM

    Lovely Upright Bechstein for sale- Pre-loved- Fully refurbished. Rosewood

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