1880’s Broadwood Grand Piano

The John Broadwood & Sons piano company was established in London in 1728 (by Burkat Shudi, a German-Swiss harpsichord maker) and considered to be the oldest surviving piano manufacturer in the world. Broadwood instruments have been enjoyed by such famous musicians as Mozart, Haydn, Chopin, Beethoven and Liszt. The Broadwood company holds the Royal Warrant as manufacturer of pianos to Queen Elizabeth II.

Make: John Broadwood & Sons
Model: Medium Concert Grand
Length: 7’10”
Finish: Indian Rosewood
Serial: 21433
Year: 1880 (London, England).
About: Restored by Perry’s Pianos approx. 2013 (Concord, VA)

Restoration Details:
New pins and strings
New pin-block
New hammers and shanks
New felts including dampers
Action regulated and renewed
Original ivory keytops preserved (85 keys)

Our Price: 15,625

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