Erard Grand serial number 75433 - Year 1896
Beautiful Erard grand serial number 75433 year 1896 made in Paris. This is one of the favorite models that we at palace pianos prefer, always seeming to have a incredible round and clear sound. Case is made of Rosewood ending on three turned legs on brass casters.
Erard Upright serial number 14821 - Year 1838
Case made of Beautiful mahogany.
This is a special model having a second soundboard being veneered in Courbaryl.
Ignace Pleyel Pianino serial number 3346 Year 1834
The famous French Mark Pleyel, a company of way over 200 years of supplying our world with beautiful instruments and music, has come to an end. This makes these rare Pianinos much more sought after in todays markets and private collections. This model in particular as it is the first models and styles of the Pianinos by Ignace Pleyel.
With the closing of the Major French mark this year, the demand for these rare models has become more obvious to us how important these pianoforte are.
Here is an excellent example :
Ignace Pleyel Pianino serial number 3346 year 1834, first style of the models for upright made by the Famous French pianoforte Maker. These rare pianinos and of course this much rare model ,have their own place and importance in music history, becoming hugely sought after by collectors, Museums, private collections, and pianists world wide. Beautiful instruments such as this one, were the once preferred pianoforte for playing by the famous pianists and composers of the times such as Frederick Chopin...
Upright Piano made by Justin Browne London Circa 1900s
A burl walnut cased upright piano made by Justin Browne London circa 1900s.
Case inlaid with lighter fruit wood. Great decorative piano great for student learning piano.
Chappell & Co Upright piano circa 1880s
Fantastic Upright piano made by Chappell &Co London made in the year Circa 1880s, exceptional casework of pear wood inlaid with lighter exotic wood in a Greek Revival style. Center panel having a Wedgwood plate depicting The Musicians playing flutes...