Sotheby’s Musical Instrument Auctions

Copyright © 2011 CBH

Next 1K gifBack 1K gif

Quick index:


 

Sotheby’s Catalog cover 6K jpeg

Highly Important Musical Instruments

London
25 November 1983

  • All figures are in Pounds Sterling (GBP)
  • Sales results incomplete

 

LOT KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE RESULT
151 Johannes Pohlman: Small Square Piano, London 1782 1–2K ?
152 Christopher Ganer: Square Piano, London 250–400 ?
153 William Stodart: Compensating Frame Grand Pianoforte, London c1835 600–800 ?
154 Anon: Italian Single Manual Harpsichord, 17th Century and later 1.5–2.5K ?
155 Longman & Broderip: Square Piano, London 700–900 ?
156 Anon: Italian Ottavino , first half of the 17th Century, in an outer case by Arnold Dolmetsch 2.5–4K ?
157 Jacob and Abraham Kirckman: Very fine two-manual Harpsichord, London 1779 15–18K ?
158 Joseph Harris: English Spinet, London 1743 3–5K ?
234 John Broadwood: Square Piano, London 1793 400–600 ?
235 John Broadwood & Sons, Square Piano, London c1822 200–400 ?
236 Thomas Tomkison: Square Piano, London c1815 300–500 ?
237 Anon: Italian Ottavino, early 18th Century and later 300–500 ?
238 George Peachem: Cabinet Piano, London c1840 200–400 ?
239 Clementi & Co: Square Piano, London c1825 400–600 ?
240 Michael Heale: Spinet, Guildford, Modern 150–200 ?
241 John Broadwood & Sons: Square Piano, London 1819 200–300 ?
242 John Broadwood & Sons: Square Piano, London c1811 250–350 ?
243 Adam Beyer: Square Piano, London 1776 700–900 ?

 


CBH Icon 1K gif Sotheby’s Musical Instrument Auctions
CBH Icon 1K gif Bibliography
CBH Icon 1K gif Site overview
CBH Icon 1K gif Harpsichords Australia Home Page