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Restored vs. Unrestored Player Pianos
By Patrick Boeckstijns

I have no problem finding restored player pianos that cost a
fortune.  My problem is the opposite.  No one over here wants to sell
an unrestored piano, like a Duo-Art.  They prefer to let them rot in
a shed, because one day (who knows) they may be worth a fortune.

And anyway, the fewer there are left, the higher the value of the
remaining ones.  It's pure speculation.  That's what I was told by
a local dealer.

Regards,

Patrick Boeckstijns
Brussels


(Message sent Tue 23 Nov 1999, 08:28:34 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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