Today was the 1st day of viewings and the bids are in already. We thought it would be nice to share a selection of pictures with you of the pianos around the room. We took the pictures after we had closed at 8pm so you didn’t have to see the scarfs and jackets !
Here is a nice shot of Lot 24. Bechstein Model E concert grand
Not to sure Beethoven is happy about being sold again !
From left to right can you name the piano makes?
Bluthner & a late entry that arrived today:
August Forster Arts and Crafts style upright Est. £200 – 300 !
What makes do you recognise here?
Oh the captions we could of wrote for this photo!
A concert grand for £1000 – £2000……
Its like a scene from a pianist dream…
Lot No. 1 Kawai Anytime piano Est.£1,000 – £2,000 !
This is an extra lot:
Lot 47 A Bluthner upright piano in an ebonised case Est. £500 – 1,000
Two classic makers
Bechstein & Steinway, Both with fretwork music desks
A Timeless classic…
Chappell and Bluthner
This Yamaha C5 piano has a base that could take on most pianos of similar size and bigger
Well here is the last pic of the 1st viewing day after we closed the doors. I hope you have enjoyed having a ‘cyber’ look round the room and we do hope to see you tomorrow or Saturday.
On Saturday the doors open 9am the auction opens 12 noon
The UK central piano auction in Manchester has changed venue and is now held at:
Britannia Piano Auctions
The Auction Room
It is time to be thinking about the piano for you at the right price
If you have any questions about this auction insight or any other please don’t hesitate to contact us on:
Tel. 0161 977 0075
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