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FS: Two 1930 Weber Duo-Art Grands in Wisconsin
By Gary Hanson

For sale:  Two 5'7" Weber Duo-Art grand pianos.  Both built in 1930,
both have the later upper action design, which has tubing to the sides
of the keybed.  Actions can be removed in minutes.  No tubing in the
keyboard, no keyslip controls to disconnect.

Both are walnut, both have excellent finishes, and ivory keyboards.
One is perhaps "Moderne" looking (like the Mason & Hamlin pianos after
1930) the other is a Regency styled piano, with several different
veneers and hardwoods.  This one has a matching roll cabinet and
bench.  The Duo-Art stacks need rebuilding, the other components have
been rebuilt.  They both play but weakly.

I need to sell them.  At a fire sale price I was asking $500.00 for
either, and I have probably $2K invested in each of them.

Gary Hanson
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

(Message sent Fri 19 Jan 2018, 21:28:06 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

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