Welcome To Britannia Piano Auctions!

Here you will find regular informative updates from our team and insights to the piano auctions. Moreover you will gain a wealth of knowledge about different makers and models of pianos and what to look out for when buying and selling with us.

Britannia Piano Auctions main focus is piano and keyboard related instruments, for example, upright and grand pianos, harpsichord, square pianos etc, we don’t focus so much on ‘electric keyboards’ unless the specific item is rare or is accompanied with a particular interesting history of ownership or relevance.

Here at the Britannia Piano Auctions Blog we will guide you on how to take part in the auctions and what the benefits as well as the negatives can be when buying and selling. Ultimately we want to offer you a rewarding outcome.


Peter Wilson



Britannia Piano Auctions




  1. #1 by Mrs Alex Williams on October 1, 2015 - 12:07 pm

    Dear Mr Wilson,

    We are a state secondary girls’ school in Bath. We no longer have a grand piano for our stage or concerts and would dearly like to buy a replacement.
    I wonder if an auction is the best place to find it!
    Could you let me know how far we would have to travel to try a possible/suitable medium grand? How much we can expect to pay? If there are any guarantees? What we can expect to know about the history and maintenance of a auction piano etc.
    Our priority, as you would expect, is the quality of the sound, after that it is durability in a busy/drafty school setting. Many thanks.

    • #2 by Britannia Piano Auctions on March 20, 2016 - 3:24 pm

      Hello Mrs. Williams, We have only just seen this message, so my apologies in advance. In the Easter auction there are many pianos that would suit, however one that is jumping out at me is a large black polyester grand piano by Feurich that already comes complete with the A frame. It is very powerful instrument and modern too so it would withstand lot of playing. If you email myself at info@britanniapianoauctions.com I will be able to send you more information regarding this instrument

  2. #3 by nahdia on December 30, 2015 - 12:40 pm

    Have a yamaha baby grand conservatoire c1 piano Brought new from Harrods in 2007.
    Lacquered finish in black.

    Regularly tuned and serviced beautiful condition.

    I was hoping to £8000 whats the liklihood it going to your auction and what percentage of cut do you get in the process of selling?

    Thank you

    • #4 by Britannia Piano Auctions on March 20, 2016 - 3:20 pm

      Hello Nahdia, sorry We have only just seen this. Could you email the detail over to us at info@britanniapianoauctions.com and include pictures and serial number please. We will be able to give you an estimate from them.

    • #5 by Britannia Piano Auctions on July 27, 2016 - 8:04 am

      Hello Nahdia, do you still want to sell your instrument? we are offering a special rate on yamaha pianos in the next auction.

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