INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE

New and second-hand instruments available.

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DOLMETSCH OTTAVINO (1927)

Available for £2495.

This spinet has just been restored and is an extremely interesting example of Arnold Dolmetsch's early work. It is exquisitely made using English Walnut and Beech in the Arts & Crafts style. The jacks are wooden and the keyplates are Boxwood and Ebony. This instrument is strung in Malcolm Rose brass and iron, closely copying the original strings. The instrument is voiced with leather plectra.

For more information contact me or Peter Barnes at https://www.peterbarnesharpsichords.com/

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ITALIAN HARPISCHORD (AFTER GREGORI)

Asking price between £5,000 and £6,000.

I am helping to complete an instrument that was part made by Peter Stephens at the London College of Furniture, a copy of a Gregori harpsichord previously owned by John Barnes. It is transposing, with C-d3 compass and 2 x 8' stops. Case made in Poplar, lid and stand made in Cedar of Lebanon.

For more information contact me or Peter Barnes at https://www.peterbarnesharpsichords.com/

 

Want to sell your instrument?

Please send me photos of your instrument for sale and I can make you an offer. 


If you would like me to sell it for you on commission then we can discuss the asking price. I charge 10% commission on instruments over £3000, 15% between £2000 and £3000, and 20% for instruments under £2000. There is no charge if I don't sell it, or if you sell it yourself and there is no VAT payable.


Other places to advertise include The Early Music Shop, The British Harpsichord Society and The Friends of Square Pianos.