We have a piano in our house that was acquired a number of years ago by an old tenant. The piano in question is a Boyd Ltd London upright piano. I have found some numbers on the inside top of the frame 1128558211 and 20376 2G. Neither myself of my housemates know anything about pianos - other than that this one is out of tune, so we have been thinking about passing this on to someone who will hopefully get more enjoyment out of it than we do. We would love to know a bit more information about the piano, such as its age etc. We would also appreciate if anyone able to guide us in how much we should be selling the piano for, or whether we should just give it away for free to someone who wants it. Or is it worth getting a tuner in to check the condition of the soundboard etc, if it is potentially worth something? Any advice would me much appreciated!
If the piano is up on concert pitch that will add value. You then may get £0 to £175 on eBay November to Jan is the best time to sell a piano in the UK.
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