B.Squire & Son

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Jeremy Box
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B.Squire & Son

Post by Jeremy Box » 01 May 2020, 18:17

Don’t know if these loaded from previous attempt?

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Re: Value or info please

Post by Bill Kibby » 01 May 2020, 19:45

We have no content at all from you. As far as valuation is concerned, nobody anywhere can guess the value or condition of a piano without inspecting it on the spot, and checking how well it holds in tune, so your local tuner is the best person to ask.
As far as history is concerned, we would like to see photos to show what the whole piano looks like, and the full, exact wording that is on the piano.
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If you find old references or links on this site to pianogen.org, they should refer to pianohistory.info

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Re: Value or info please

Post by Jeremy Box » 03 May 2020, 19:42

Trying to add pics again :)
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Re: B.Squire & Son

Post by Bill Kibby » 03 May 2020, 22:18

The type of panel used on the top door suggests that it might be from around 1890, but the trusses that support the keyboard are very plain, and perhaps suggest Edwardian, so have a look at
http://www.pianohistory.info/edwardian.html
I think the number is nearer to 1890.
If you search Ebay for pianos in price order, unrestored pianos much like this are usually there at the top.
Piano History Centre
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Email via my website.
If you find old references or links on this site to pianogen.org, they should refer to pianohistory.info

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