John Broadwood & Sons 5' 10" Grand Piano Mahogany c1908

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.

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Price: £6,888.00

Date: 20-10-2022 11:57AM

Expiration Date: 20-03-2023 11:08AM

Description

John Broadwood & Sons 5' 10" Grand Piano in Mahogany lustre secondhand c1908.

This instrument is conservatively restored to return it to a pleasing appearance, touch and tone within limitations of age, design and specifications.

7 octaves – 85 notes
2 pedals
Made in England

Dimensions : 151cm wide 99cm high 175cm long

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John Broadwood & Sons 5' 10" Grand Piano Mahogany c1908

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