Contact us for a free valuation of your piano. Our next auction takes place on 15th September 2016, we are taking consignments now.

The best way to contact us with the details of your piano is by telephone or by email. One of our specialists will work with you to research and explain the history of your piano and its prospective ‘hammer value’.

This service is provided to you at no cost.
Sell a Piano

When you contact us for help to sell your piano most estimates can be given within the initial phone call. However, if your piano is an antique piano, ornate or rare then to offer you an accurate value we would ask for a selection of 15 pictures that cover the casing and the mechanics of the instrument to aid us in determining its value. These can be sent by post or email.

The best way to sell your piano is with Britannia Piano Auctions in order to obtain the best value of your instrument today. We will forward you a clear and simple form to complete and return to us. This form will include a break down of the Auction House fees.

After the sale of your piano, we promise that your sale figure will be paid to you within three working weeks

We are particularly interested in art case instruments and the following makes:

Steinway

Bosendorfer

Bluthner

Bechstein

Yamaha 

Kawai

Fazioli 

Grotrian-Steinweg

Ronisch

Schimmel

Petrof

Reid Sohn

Lipp

Monington & Weston

Knight

Kemble

Strohmenger

Hoffmann

Ibach

August Forster

Erard

Clementi

Boston 

Broadwood

Welmar

Pleyel

Kaps

Estonia

Britannia Piano Auctions Manchester

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