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  • YAMAHA U3H UPRIGHT PIANO

    YAMAHA U3H UPRIGHT PIANO

    18-05-2017 07:02PM

    odel: U3H
    Make: YAMAHA
    Serial Number: 3118629
    Age: 1981
    Colour: BLACK
    Height: 131CM
    Condition: AS GOOD AS NEW

    A stunning Yamaha U3 in as new condition. Repolished, reconditioned. Five year guarantee. Price includes ground floor delivery England. Other regions ask for the extra charge. Web site price only

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  • YAMAHA C1 GRAND PIANO

    YAMAHA C1 GRAND PIANO

    07-05-2017 06:43PM

    A beautiful Yamaha C1 grand piano in Mahogany. The piano is in perfect condition. Price includes delivery to any England ground floor address. Five year guarantee. Nice deep bass, sweet treble.

    Model: C1
    Make: YAMAHA
    Serial Number: 5913841
    Age: 2002
    Colour: MAHOGANY POLYESTER
    Height: /
    Condition: AS GOOD AS NEW

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