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Early Musical Instruments

London
12 December 1985

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  • Omitted lot numbers indicate items that were withdrawn, passed, or unsold as of data date

 

LOT KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE RESULT
17 School of Haschka: Viennese or German Grand Pianoforte, c1825 2–3K 1980
33 Muzio Clementi & Co: Square Piano, London c1815 400–600 -
40 John Broadwood: Fine English Grand Pianoforte, London 1787 10–12K -
41 Joachim José Antunes: Fine & Rare Portuguese Single-manual Harpsichord, 1785 14–18K 36300
55 Combined Piano, Sewing Table & Writing Desk, French, second quarter of the 19th century 500–700 1540
56 John Broadwood & Son: Square PIano, London 1796 500–800 770
64 Martin Prior: Square Piano, London c1807 300–400 -
66 Thomas Hitchcock the Younger: Fine English Spinet, London c1715 7–10K 12100
88 Andreas Ruckers: Important Flemish Two-manual Harpsichord, Antwerp c1625 40–60K 68200
103 Jacob Kirckman: Good Square Piano, London c1770 1.5–2K -
108 John Broadwood & Son: Square Piano, London 1796 700–1K -
110 Johann Adolph Hass: ImportantGerman Clavichord, Hamburg 1763 10–15K 18700
115 John Broadwood & Son: English Grand Piano, London 1798 4–6K 4180
120 John Broadwood & Son: Good Grand Pianoforte, London 1807 4–6K 5940
125 Jacob Kirckman: Grand Pianoforte, London 1806 8–12K -

 


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