PLEYEL PIANO

from AMH Pianos Services London-Pianos for sale

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Price: £3,900.00

Date: 13-02-2020 04:29PM

Description

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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