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George P. Bent "Crown" Player Piano Pedals
By Michael Watkin

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I was wondering if anybody could help me.  I have a 1912 George P. Bent
"Crown" player piano which has four pedals.  The fourth pedal, which
moves a wooden bar in front of the hammer shanks and the linkage
connected to this bar, is missing.

Is it possible that someone has a picture of how the bar and linkages
are connected to the piano action, or blueprints/manual for the design
of this mechanism so that I can rebuild it?  Any help would be

Michael Watkin [delete ".geentroep" to reply]

(Message sent Tue 22 Feb 2005, 09:08:06 GMT, from time zone GMT+1100.)

Key Words in Subject:  Bent, Crown, George, P, Pedals, Piano, Player

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