Ritmuller RS122 Traditional upright piano Black New

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.

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Price: £4,790.00

Date: 08-10-2020 01:45PM

Description

Ritmuller RS122 Traditional Upright Piano in Black polished with Chrome NEW

Full compass - 7¼ octaves – 88 notes
3 pedals (Practise pedal)
Soft fall

Rent this piano on our home rental scheme for £144.00 per month with an initial payment of £592.00 before delivery to a ground floor location in London (this includes delivery, collection, first months rental and setup/admin charge). Value on rental agreement £4,790.00. Terms and conditions apply, please ask for full details.

Dimensions :150.00cm wide 122.00cm high 62.00cm deep

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