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Schimmel pianos are becoming more popular today in the UK than ever. Their Konzert series & International series receive the best reviews, Schimmel’s grand and upright piano range are an example of quality modern piano production. This Model 112 in our September 2016 auction in Manchester is no exception. A modern Schimmel upright piano estimated £2,000 – £3,000. Can you afford to let someone else buy this ?
Auction Date: Thursday 15th September 2016
(Doors open 9am auctions commences 12:00 noon)
Est: £2,000 – £3,000
A Model 112 upright piano in a mahogany case, this piano is in showroom condition and is sold with a matching John Austin single stool in a fawn upholstery.
As you can see this piano is in showroom condition and is a stunning example of the Model 112 upright piano produced by Schimmel. This piano would suite any modern or traditional style home. Come along to our viewing days and test the piano out.
Where else could you buy this type of quality grand piano at this price?
There are always bargains to be found in our 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
Auction Room Address:
Unit 12 & 13, Willan Industrial estate, West Ashton Road,Salford, Manchester,M50 2GR
There are four different ways you can bid at the auction:
Bid in person – The most popular way to bid at auction. Simply where you turn up on the auction day and physically take part in the auction.
Telephone bidding – Is organised through us. We will provide telephone bidders at the auction who will call you when your specified lot is about to go to auction, then they will bid on your behalf as instructed by yourself in the live auction.
Internet bidding – Is popular with overseas bidders and is run parallel with the live auction in real time.
Absente bidding- Is a method of bidding for those who cannot or do not wish to attend an auction but want to register a solitary ‘maximum bid’ on a specific lot. Absentee bids are also called ‘written’, ‘commission’ or ‘order’ bids and may be placed by filling out and submitting an Absentee Bid Form, in writing or by email.
If you would like further details or would just like to discuss the different methods of bidding then please call or email us.
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