For Sale On The Internet
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In San Francisco, a George Steck Duo-Art baby grand, 64 inches long;
the appearance of the hoses and expression unit suggest the player
was rebuilt in recent years. Free delivery possible.
From 170807 Annotation by Eli Shahar
In San Luis Obispo, California, a M. Schultz "Aria Divina" baby grand
player grand piano, for free. Essentially an untouched original piano,
serial number 200271 dates it around 1927. It's fairly close to where
I live now so I'd be glad to help anyone interested in obtaining it.
From 170827 Annotation by Ann Donoghue
In Central New Jersey (Flemington) is a deal that can't be beat for the
do-it-yourself type: an Ampico kit! For $50 you get 50 Ampico rolls
plus a 52" Knabe upright and its disassembled Ampico player system.
In Sacramento, California, a 5-foot Franklin Ampico "A", "Missing
two casters, but it is still stable. Needs TLC. Make an offer."
In Sacramento, California, a Mason & Hamlin Ampico "A" player grand
"in good original condition." $4000
In Redwood City, California, a 1903 George Steck foot-pumped
Metrostyle-Themodist pianola player piano. "This piano is in original
condition except the player mechanism was refurbished in 1982."
In Burns, Oregon, an Aeolian Duo-Art for sale, $1600