For Sale On The Internet
The following links were submitted by our readers. This list
will be added to and pruned regularly, as most of these listings will
be valid for a only short duration.
For Sale on the Internet -- annotation by David Oppenheim
In San Jose, California, a 1928 Mason & Hamlin Ampico, 5' 8" mahogany,
with new finish, hammers, dampers, and strings prior to current owner.
Ampico player complete but not working. More pictures available. $3700.
In Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, a very pretty 5'8" Chickering Ampico A,
with matching bench, roll case and about 135 rolls. $8000.
In Conway, North Carolina, this appears to be a mid teens Pianola.
It has only one tracking ear. $100.
In Oxford, Maryland, 50 Player Piano Rolls. $50.
In Kingsville, Maryland, a 1919 Geo. Steck & Co. Duo-Art baby grand. $50.
In Golden Gate City (Naples), Florida, a H. J. Charlton & Co. player piano,
electrified and all new bellows. $400.
In Bradenton, Florida, a 1928 Steck Duo-Art baby grand piano. The
player has been completely rebuilt and is in good working order. $5000.
In Winter Springs (Orlando), Florida, an American Player Piano
(Autopiano) in a pretty Mission Case Autopiano. $500
In South Windsor, Connecticut, a Davis & Sons player piano;
looks like a Starr player action. Free.
In the region of Holland, Massachusetts, a Marshall and Wendell Ampico
with matching cabinet plus about 50 original Ampico rolls; looks like
it had player work done in the not too distant past. Free.
In Ansonia, Connecticut, a Playotone player piano. Free.
In Burlington, Vermont, a Gounod/Lester player piano. Free.
In Pembroke (Concord) New Hampshire, a C C Harvey (Boston) player piano
is still available. The piano contains a late, working Standard Action
player mechanism. Free.
In Detroit, Maine, a Kohler & Campbell player piano, circa 1915.
In North Kingstown, Rhode Island, a Becker Brothers upright player
piano, circa 1920. Free.
In Burrillville, Rhode Island, a 64-note Pianola. Free.