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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 only for a short duration.

From 180715:
For Sale on the Internet -- 

In South Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a Waltham "Double Tone" player. $200

In Stuart (Port St. Lucie), Florida, a Lauter Humana player(?) Free.

In Boca Raton, Florida, a 1920s Decker and Son player, oak. $200

In Seattle, Washington, some salvaged player piano parts. $30

From 180712:
For Sale on the Internet -- annotation by David Oppenheim 

In Tatnuck, Worcester, Massachusetts, a nice original Cable-Nelson player 
(unrestored) with "Autopiano" player action in it. Free.

In Brookfield, Connecticut, an odd Melville Clark foot pumped "Apollo" player, 
with wind-up spring-motor that has been electrified (the foot pump pedals are 
still there), but has a winding crank added (look at the right side of the 
piano case) to wind up the roll motor manually, since the foot pedals are not 
being used to do this. $400 

In Tiffin, Iowa, an interesting early 65-note "Pianola" push-up piano player.
The case condition looks nice but who knows if it is restored or not. 
Priced waaaay too much for a "museum piece". $975 

In Elkader, Iowa, a late model Gulbransen player in a very well preserved case. 
This piano most probably has the later style "unit valve/pneumatic" units which 
are much more straightforward to rebuild than pre-1926 "glued together" models. 
These budget priced players really have a nice full sound to them. Being so easy 
to pump adds considerably to the enjoyment of pumping the piano with expression. $50

From 180710:
For Sale on the Internet -- annotation by David Oppenheim

In Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, an F. Radle player piano, Standard
Pneumatic player action.  "It does work and play the rolls but it
doesn't sound quite right."  Not perfect, but the price is right: $25

In Milan, Illinois, a free Ampico upright, white, working.  The Ampico
mechanism is certainly completely "un-restored" but it has great
potential.  With a very good assortment of Ampico rolls, too; hardly
a "stinker" in the bunch!  Free.

From 180708:
For Sale on the Internet -- annotation by David Oppenheim

Cochranville, Pennsylvania, a Weaver (York) player piano with about
150 rolls. $250

In Baldwinsville, New York, a Standard Pneumatic Action player,
refinished, probably restored within the last 30 years or so.  $10

In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a very clean and well preserved late
Standard Action Milton player. $100 OBO

In Santa Barbara, California, probably a Ragtime buildup "O" roll
orchestrion.  The price is right!  $150 or best offer.

In Lake Isabella, California, a 1915 Foster player piano with Standard
Action, restored and refinished.  Comes with 200+ rolls of music, two
benches, and two storage cabinets for the music rolls.  Make offer.

In Nipomo (near Santa Maria), California, a 1918 Wurlitzer player
piano, with bench and rolls.  $200 or best offer!

In Atascadero, California, a large collection of player piano rolls.
Best offer.

In San Luis Obispo, California, a 1918 Aeolian player piano  $220

In Apple Valley, California, a Lauter upright player piano, electric
or pump options, with rolls.  $600 

In Hesperia, California, several custom-made oak piano roll
storage cabinets, each about 3-1/2 to 4 feet wide, 6 to 7 feet high.
$100 each and up.

In Murrieta Hot Springs, California, a 1960's Lowrey (Aeolian)
pneumatic player piano, electric or foot power, fully functional.  $800

From 180704:
For Sale on the Internet -- annotation by David Oppenheim

In Sarasota, Florida: Price just reduced on a restored George
Steck Duo-Art grand, restored 15 years ago.  Price now $5000.

In Oswego, New York: a Lindeman "Melodigrand" upright with high
quality double-valve Autopiano action; lots of potential.  $100

In Greece, New York (near Rochester and Irondequoit): an early 1970s
64-note "Pianola" spinet player piano in very nice shape.  Power is
either foot-pump or electric, with auto rewind and shutoff (spoon
valve, not the later style white push button that always has to have
the small pneumatic recovered to work properly).  With rolls, $400.

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