Antique Keyboard Instruments

Grand Piano by Stodart Circa 1790

This very early grand piano has the rare combination of a single bridge
(made obsolete in 1788 by Broadwood’s invention of the divided bridge)
and a 5 octave keyboard (first used on Broadwood’s pianos in 1790).

The very elegant satinwood crossbanded and inlaid mahogany case,
with a satinwood veneered, tulipwood crossbanded and inlaid keywell,
is raised on a carefully replicated trestle stand.
Two pedals control una corda, and dampers.

One of only fifteen recorded 18th century grand pianos from this most
important maker; it has been carefully restored from a well preserved example.


Broadwood Grand Piano Braodwood Keywell
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Restored Instruments
Currently for sale -
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Single-manual Harpsichord
Dated 1785

South German Chamber Organ
Circa 1705

Longman & Broderip Grand Piano

Square Piano by
Ignace Pleyel 1843


Instruments for restoration
Square pianos for sale
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Grand Piano by Fritz Circa 1828

Chopin Period Pleyel Grand Piano

Grand Piano by Stodart
Circa 1790

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Circa 1800

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Johannes Zumpe 1770

Grand Piano by Jacob Bertsche

'Beethoven' Broadwood Piano

Bentside Spinet
by Thomas Haxby

Square Piano by
Johannes Zumpe 1778

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