Arthur Day, piano maker/dealer

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Post by Bill Kibby » 10 Feb 2004, 10:49

Arthur Day was listed at 13 Chapel Street in 1911, among the Pianoforte Makers & Warehouses. In 1914, he sold piano, organs and music.

1936 Arthur Day & Sons Ltd., 15 & 17 Upper George Street, Luton.
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Post by oscardog » 19 Feb 2012, 23:08

We have an Arthur Day (London) which we are selling because our daughter no longer plays. We have owned this piano for a while but do not know about its history.

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Post by Bill Kibby » 20 Feb 2012, 12:01

If you could upload some photos here, or email them to me, we may be able to tell you a little about it.
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Post by MarkGoodwinPianos » 22 Feb 2012, 02:38

If you do upload photos make sure you include some photos of the inside so that we can see the hammers and strings and stuff like that
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Post by wingwinglin » 07 Apr 2012, 05:36

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