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Early Musical Instruments

Sussex
4 December 1991

  • 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  • Omitted lot numbers indicate items that were withdrawn, passed, or unsold as of data date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
5 Pehr Lindholm: Bundfrei Clavichord, Stockholm 1792 3.5–5K 4840
44 Grand Pianoforte, Austria, probably Vienna, first quarter of the 19th century 3–5K 8800
48 Jacob & Abraham Kirckman: Two-manual Harpsichord, London 1789 60–80K 55000
65 George Dettmer & Son: Square Piano, London c1825 500–800 220
66 Robert Woffington: Single-manual Harpsichord, Dublin c1770 30–35K 30800
70 (Wilfred) Alec Hodsdon: Unfretted Clavichord, Lavenham 1933 300–500 286
73 Jacob Bertsche (alias Bärtsche or Pertsche): Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1815 20–25K 19800
114 Square Piano, Spanish or Italian, c1780 2.5–3.5K 3740
121 John Broadwood & Son: Grand Pianoforte, London 1805 4–6K -
125 Jacob & Abraham Kirckman: Single-manual Harpsichord, London 1772 25–35K 22000
131 John Feldberg: Two-manual Harpsichord, Sevenoaks c1960 600–1K -
136 Thomas Hitchcock the Younger: Spinet, London c1725 15–20K -
137 Ascribed to Domenico of Pesaro: Single-manual Harpsichord, Italy third quarter of 16th century and later 50–60K -
144 Polygonal Virgianls, Possibly Venetian 17th century 8–12K 11550
145 Thomas Hitchcock the Younger: Spinet, London c1725 10–15K -
147 (Wilfred) Alec Hodsdon: Two-manual Harpsichord, Lavenham 1967 1.5–2K -
167 Conrad Graf: Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1835 20–25K 13200
170 Museo [sic] Clementi: Square Pianoforte, London 1805 600–800 -
174 Ascribed to Monzani & Cimador: Square Piano, London c1805 1–1.5K 880
184 (Wilfred) Alec Hodsdon: Rectangular Virginals, Lavenham 1953 600–800 -
188 John Broadwood & Sons: Cabinet Piano, London c1835 350–450 748
191 Bundfrei Clavichord, Scandinavian probably Danish c1770 4–6K 7700
192 John Broadwood & Sons: Square Piano, London 1814 300–500 330
193 Longman & Broderip: Square Piano, London 1769 600–800 715
196 John Morley: Unfretted Clavichord, London c1970 600–1K 550
199 Broadwood & Sons: Grand Pianoforte, London 1814 10–15K -
203 Michael Heale: Virginals after Thomas White, Guildford 1981 4–5K -
205 Longman & Broderip: Square Piano, London c1775 200–300 330
213 (Wilfred) Alec Hodsdon: Unfretted Clavichord, Lavenham 1953 600–800 -
218 Follower of Thomas Goff: Unfretted Clavichord, London c1970 1–1.5K -
224 George Astor & Co: Square Piano, London c1800 2–3K -
235 John Broadwood & Sons: Grand Pianoforte, London c1835 2–3K -
244 Joseph Simon: Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1802/30 25–35K -
245 Anton Walter & Sohn: Grand Pianoforte, Vienna early 19th century 80–100K -

 


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