Used August Förster 155 - 1971, Grand piano, Ivory Keys

8,000.00 €
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  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1971
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: August Förster
  • Model: 155
  • Height:100
  • Width:153
  • Length:153
  • No. of pedals: 2
  • No. of Keys: 88
  • Serial Number: 141380
  • Ivory Keys: Ivory Keys
  • Colour:Black
  • Finish type:Other
  • Gloss level:High Gloss


  • Price: 8,000.00 €



Baby grand (model 155, serial number 141380) constructed in Germany in 1971 and bought in the same year by a professional pianist. It has been owned since then by the same family and is preserved in impeccable condition (sound board, mechanism, veneer and ivory keys are all intact). It has beautiful, strong sound and stays in tune for a great period of time. It comes with its own piano spiders.


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