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Early Musical Instruments

London
17 November 1994

  • 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  • Omitted lot numbers indicate items that were withdrawn, passed, or unsold as of data date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
159 P. Gasparro Saberino: Single-manual Harpsichord, Italy, early 18th century 15–20K 16100
160 Karl Schehl: Giraffenflügel Graz c1830 10–15K -
161 Stephen Keene: Spinet, London, last quarter of the 17th century 18–22K 32200
163 John Broadwood & Son: Grand Pianoforte, London 1802 6-8K 10350
164 Filippo Fabri: Single-manual Harpsichord, Rome 1584 5–7K 9200
165 Muzio Clementi & Co: Square Piano, London c1825 800–1.5K 862
166 Christopher Ganer: Square Piano, London, late 18th century 3–4K -
167 William Southwell: Pianoforte, Dublin c1785 20–25K 32200
168 Jacob Kirckman: Single-manual Harpsichord, London 1770 30–35K 31050
170 Muzio Clementi: Square Piano, London c1810 800–1.2K 805
172 Longman & Broderip: Square Piano, London c1790 400–600 -
173 William Tomlinson & Co: Square Piano, London c1820 800–1.2K -
174 Johannes Pohlman: Square Piano, London c1780 800–1.2K -
175 William Rolfe & Sons: Square Piano, London c1825 1.5–2K -
176 Bland & Weller: Square Piano, London c1810 600–800 -
177 Arnold Dolmetsch: Octave Spinet, Haslemere, c1935 500–700 977
178 Gabriel Buntebart & Stevers: Square Piano, London 1792 1.5–2.5K -
179 Small Square Piano, Vienna c1810 2–3K -
180 Possibly Corneille Charles Emanuel van der Does: Composite Giraffe Piano, Amsterdam c1820 & c1900 1.5–2K 3220

 


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