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Those of us know that Pleyel grand serial number 13214 once used and played by chopin himself was indeed found.
Palace pianos has now found the sister piano to the chopin piano....
being the next number piano serial number 13215 ...
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The 58-key upright piano on which actor and singer Dooley Wilson performed "As Time Goes By," the signature song of the 1942 film's star-crossed lovers played by Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, sold at Sotheby's for $602,500 including commission.
In the film, the character Sam (Wilson) plays the signature song "As Time Goes By" during flashback scenes set in Paris, as well as in Bogart's club in Casablanca, where he and Bergman rekindle their romance.
Bergman's memorable lines included the imploring: "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'"
Sotheby's had sold the piano, which was the one used during the Paris flashback scenes, to a Japanese collector in 1988, who paid $154,000, one of the highest prices ever paid for a movie prop at the time.
The film, set in Morocco during World War Two, won three Academy Awards including best picture, best writing and best director for Michael Curtiz...
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