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Musical Instruments including Early Music

London
12 & 19 November 2002

  • 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  • Omitted lot numbers indicate items that were withdrawn, passed, or unsold as of data date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
250 Bible Reed Organ, England late 19th century 400–600 418
254 Johannes Pohlman: Square Piano, London 1773 1.8–2.5K 4541
255 Possibly Franciolini Workshop: Quint Harpishcord, Italy late 19th centuy 400–600 836
257 Robert & William Stodart: Grand Pianoforte, London c1795 10–15K 10755
258 Sebastian Erard: Square Piano, Paris c1810 4–6K 4182
259 L.C. Niebour: Keyboard Bells, Kingston-on-Thames second half of the 19th century 200–300 2270
260 Polygonal Virginals, Italy 17th century 6–8K 19120
261 Thomas Haxby: Square Piano, York 1789 2–3K 2151
262 Conrad Graf: Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1830 8–12K 10158
263 Johann Fritz: Grand Pianoforte, Vienna c1815 20–30K 21510
300 Polygonal Virginals, Italy possibly 16th century and later 3–5K 8962
301 Derick Keel: Fretted Clavichord, England 1942 200–400 215
302 John Broadwood & Sons: Grand Pianoforte, London mid-19th century 1.2–1.6K -
303 After John Snetzler: Bureau Organ, England early 19th century 7–10K 7170
304 John Broadwood & Sons: Grand Pianoforte, London c1815 8–12K 8962
305 Thomas Tomkison: Grand Pianoforte, London c1815 14–18K -
306 Louis Dulcken: Grand Pianoforte, Munich c1810 28–35K -
307 Franz Joseph Baumaister: Grand Pianoforte, Passau 1797 20–30K -

 


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