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Highly Important Musical Instruments

London
22 November 1984

  • All figures are in Pounds Sterling (GBP)
  • Sales results include 10% Buyer’s Premium
  • Omitted lot numbers indicate items that were withdrawn, passed, or unsold as of data date

 

LOT KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE RESULT
133 Jacob and Abraham Kirckman: Fine Single-Manual Harpsichord, London 1787 7K–9K 13750
138 England & Son: Very Fine and Important English Chamber Organ, London 1790 - 20900
143 Mathias Müller: Fine Viennese Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1820 8K–12K 12100
144 Johannes Pohlman: Good Square Piano, London 1769 1200–1800 1650
145 Longman & Broderip: Square Piano, London 1796 1200–1800 1430
282 Alec Hodsdon: Virginals, Lavenham Suffolk 1946 300–500 -
283 Hubert Bedard: Uncompleted Spinet, Paris Modern 30–50 -
284 Thomas Machell & Sons: Dulcitone, Glasgow, first quarter of the 20th Century 80–120 88
285 John Broadwood & Sons: Square Piano, London 1822 500–700

990

285a Christopher Ganer: Square Piano, London c1780 800–1200 825
286 Wilson: Square Piano, Whitby 1788 400–600 -
287 Glass-keyed Glockenspiel, probably German, mid-nineteenth Century 100–200 165

 


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