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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 Lancashire, UK, a Steck upright Pedel/Electric Duo-Art.  525.

In Enola, Pennsylvania, an M. Schulz Player Piano

In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, several Marshall & Wendell Ampico
reproducing player pianos.

In Jackson, Missouri, a 1924 Kimball upright player piano.  $200.

In Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, 120 player piano rolls.  $50.

In Faribault, Minnesota, a Straube player piano with 101 rolls.  $500.

In Adel, Iowa, a 1915 Hamilton player piano, works great, 
automatic or manual pedal pump mode, rolls included.  $999 OBO

In S.W. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a Cable player piano, electric pump.  $200.

In St. Petersburg, florida, a 1928 Chickering Ampico 5'-4" grand.  $750.

In Gainesville, Georgia, a Mission Style 1921 Autopiano player, looks 
to be in nice original condition, Auto Pneumatic player mechanism.  $800.

In Minneapolis, Minnesota, a 1920s Kimball player, apparently works.  $175.

In Howell, New Jersey, a 1915 Leins (New York) player piano, 
original finish, works well, with bench and many music rolls.  Works!  $200.

In Montgomery, Ohio, a player piano for Free.

In Ballwin, Missouri,  an Aeolian player piano in good condition.
Piano rebuilt 8 years ago with all new tubing and all bellows.
Includes original bench and approximately 90 rolls of music.
$500.00 or make offer.

In Cayucos (near Morro Bay), California, a 1926 Knabe Ampico 
baby grand.  $7500 or best offer or trade.

In Pickens, South carolina, a lot of 105 player piano rolls.  $75.

In Larsen, Wisconsin, a 1920s Aeolian Pianola & bench, 
needs restoration.  Free.

In Two Rivers, Wisconsin, a beautiful Story and Clark player piano.  $700.

In Menominee, Michigan, a Kurtzmann player piano with high 
quality later "Standard Action", in lovely shape.  $300

In Deptford, New Jersey, a  Mansfield player piano (Standard Action).  Free.

In Kew Gardens, Queens, New York, 27 player piano rolls.  $25.

In Kingsville, Maryland, a 1919 Steck Duo-art baby grand piano.  Free.

In East Greenwich Township, New Jersey, a later model Gulbransen 
player (not glued together) in decent shape for rebuilding. Free.

In North Beach, Maryland, a Leonard & Sons player piano,
restored in 1969.

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