ID: #417220

Used Gaveau I (1/4) - 1923, Grand piano, Ivory Keys

14,000.00 $
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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1923
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: Gaveau
  • Model: I (1/4)
  • Height:188
  • Width:141
  • Length:150
  • No. of pedals: 2
  • Serial Number: 74575
  • Ivory Keys: Ivory Keys
  • Colour:Brown
  • Veneer:Walnut Burl
  • Decorative elements:Wooden inlays
  • Finish type:French Polish

Price

  • Price: 14,000.00 $
  • Transport included in the price (ground floor): Domestic - United States

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Description

1923 Gaveau, Louis XVI Model Quarter Grand Piano
150cm Serial #: 74575
Height: 100cm(closed) 188cm(open)
Intact original ivory keys and ebony sharps!
Wood is highly patterned walnut with sunbursts
Tone quality is muted yet still enjoys warmth and color
A few nicks here and there from moving, but overall a beautiful instrument.
Purchased in the early ‘90s from a piano company in New Orleans, LA. Currently located in Laramie, WY, USA.
*Cannot ship to countries that have banned the import of ivory.
Offering at $14,000 USD OBO - willing to negotiate or trade-in.

History: Joseph Gabriel Gaveau, born 1824 in Romorantin. Established his workshop in Paris on rue des vinaigriers in 1847. From 1896 onward, they developed a new brand by opening a modern factory and concert hall, “Salle Gaveau” to promote the quality of their pianos.
In 1911, his son Gabriel Eugene started creating unique quarter grand pianos with elaborate exteriors and precious woods. The small “model I” quarter grand, well-known in Paris, provided stiff competition for Pleyel and Erard pianos for the Parisian home market. Inlaid sun designs and beautiful added to the maker’s reputation.

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