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Post by Barrie Heaton » 31 May 2003, 14:56

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The History forum is for asking questions on your piano's history or general piano history, this includes the dating of pianos where possible. However, please search the site first as there is quite a lot of piano history in the main history section, and what you seek may be already there.

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Valuations are very difficult to give without seeing the piano, as they depend on the make, age, condition and local market forces, most of which are not available to us, so if you ask, you will probably not get an answer. If you do, it will be a wild guess.


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