C.BECHSTEIN ART CASE MOD A

from AMH Pianos Services London-Pianos for sale

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Price: £25,000.00

Date: 13-02-2020 04:21PM

Description

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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