One hundred and seventy-seven years ago, on March 31, 1837, an unusual concert took place in Paris, pitting the pianistic skills of the two leading virtuosos of the time, Franz Liszt and Sigismond Thalberg. The contest was adjudged a draw.
Piano transporters for local and international moves located in Center France and Loire. Transporters specializing in Antique pianoforte transports which require more sensitive and experienced handling. We have the most experienced and well trained people using other experienced international transport companies that are highly experienced in Piano shipments of all kinds. We use our own personal transports for local and use an established Piano Mover in the UK, G&R removals, which have been carefully moving your pianos since 1968. We do business which is small enough to care for you and your piano on a personal level and large enough to care for you and your piano on an International level, with agents and partners worldwide.
For local moves please feel free to call us or fill out the contact email for us for your move, we will get back to you with a quote as soon as possible.
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1- Erard Grand Circa 1860s
2- Pleyel Concert Grand Circa 1870
3- Steinway Grand Model C 1884
4- Erard Salon Grand Circa 1900 with Gilt Bronzes of wreaths
5- Bechstein Concert Grand Circa 1910
6- Erard Salon Grand 210 cm Circa 1910
7- Scheidmayer Grand Circa 1910
8- Pleyel Square Circa 1830s
9- Pianino Pleyel Circa 1830s
10- Square Pianoforte made by Puhlmann London Circa 1788
11- Square Piano made by Broadwood Circa 1795
12- Square piano made by Erard Freres Circa 1792
13- Square Piano made by Steinway circa 1875
14- Pianino made by Kulerich Paris with brass decore Circa 1870
15- Pianino made by Brinsmead and sons Painted case London Circa 1860
16- Harp circa 1775 Attributed to Nadermann Paris
If you have interest in any of these instruments please contact us via email or our online Contact form and please be sure to tell us which instruments you are asking about .