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Lot 815

Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019 - 10.00am

An unusual late 19th Century inlaid mahogany cased upright piano of small proportions, by John Broadwood & Sons, No. 58838, the case inlaid with musical trophies and with raised and moulded circular paterae and oval paterae filled with urn motif within leaf and floral bandings, with turned and reeded front supports, 50ins wide x 20ins deep x 41.5ins high
Provenance: This was owned by Sir George Donaldson, who founded the Musical Instrument Collection at the Royal College of Music, ordered in 1884, the case is very likely made by Wright & Mansfield

Estimate £700 - 1,000 Sold for £620

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป