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Ritmuller GH188R (188cm / 6' 3") grand piano black polished NEW

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.


Price: £13,999.00

Date: 20-11-2021 06:20PM

Expiration Date: 01-01-2025 12:00AM


Ritmuller GH188R (188cm / 6' 3") grand piano M31663 in black polished NEW

Full compass - 7¼ octaves – 88 notes
3 pedals (sostenuto pedal)
With soft fall
Weight 289kg

Dimensions : 149.00cm wide 99.00cm high 188.00cm deep


Ritmuller GH188R (188cm / 6' 3") grand piano black polished NEW

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