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C. Bechstein model "B" (6' 7") 206cm grand piano Black c1972

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.


Price: £22,980.00

Date: 10-06-2023 02:13PM

Expiration Date: 10-06-2025 02:11PM


C. Bechstein model "B" (6' 7") 206cm grand piano in black polished c1972 secondhand M31750

*** Blue List Price £24,980.00 - Special Offer £22,980.00 - Valid until 22nd June 2024 subject to availability including standard solo adjustable stool ***

Impressive and fabulous
Full compass - 7¼ octaves – 88 notes
3 pedals (sostenuto pedal)
Made in Germany

Dimensions : 153.00cm wide 206.00cm deep


C. Bechstein model "B" (6' 7") 206cm grand piano Black c1972

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Polyester and Pianos.
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