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 Knoxville, Tennessee, a 1918 Marshall and Wendell Ampico upright,
previous restoration, "half the notes play". Free.
In Alexandria, Virginia, a Homer L. Kitt player piano with a later style
Standard Action, restored and refinished. $200.
In Cordova/Memphis, Tennessee, a 1926 Marshall & Wendell Ampico
baby grand, bench, 80 rolls of music. $3500 obo.
In Churchville, Virginia, player piano, "works great". $350.
In Jacksonville, Florida, a 1961-62 "Pianola" 64-note player. $225.
In Thompson, Massachusetts, a Lester player piano, looks original,
not rebuilt. $200.
In Orange (New Haven), Connecticut, a 64-note "Pianola" early 1960's
spinet player. Free.
In Schenectady, New York. over 5,000 piano rolls, mostly antique
and vintage, also 3 player pianos.
In Marlboro, New York, a 1910 Caldwell player piano. Free.
In Gloucester Township, New Jersey a mid-'20s Leonard and Co.
player piano, in nice condition. Free.
In Waukesha/Milwaukee, Wisconsin, player piano, rebuilt. $1500.
In Green Bay, Wisconsin, a 1918 Bush & Gerts player piano,
freshly re-stored. Free.