1970s Neupert-Feldberg spinet for sale
In good condition, rarely played but professionally tuned recently,
Very portable (legs removable) and will fit on back seat of a car.
Price: £2500 or nearest offer
Contact Liz on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a full-size instrument, about 25 years old, made by John Watkins partly from wood off his own farm. It is no longer in playable condition and could form a project for renovation. It has no lid.
Price: £300 o.n.o.
Location: Uckinghall near Upton-on Severn
Contact: Stanley Watkins on 01684 592526, email email@example.com.
Very stable, in impeccable condition, with a bold beautiful sound. Built from a Zuckerman kit by professional keyboard technicians (David and Dick Sorensen, of Minneapolis) and a professional cabinetmaker, completed in 1995. Further refinement and improvements by noted early keyboard builder David Sutherland (Ann Arbor), with Barbara Weiss.
Cherry veneer, fluted legs and paneled lid. Ebony naturals with bone capped sharps, knee levers, and moderator.
61 notes FF-f”’ double strung, A430 at present.
Upgrades include graphited bridges for easier tuning, and set screws (use a small allen wrench) in the action to make regulation easier. Includes soft case.
Location: Currently housed in the Boston area.
Contact: Vivian Montgomery –firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-223-1627
Double manual John Morley harpsichord bought new in 1968.
2x 8’, 1x 4’ & buff; 3 rows of jacks.
The stand has been modified and the casework is in need of attention.
The instrument also has 2 pedals, though the connections to the mechanism have been removed.
Price: £1750 o.n.o.
Location: York, UK
Collection only, subject to clearance of funds
Payment by invoice, credit/debit card, cheque or cash prior to collection
For more information (and photos), please contact Emily Rowan email@example.com
I’m selling up all of my old harpsichord wood as I ease into retirement. I’ve got some really lovely stuff here. Have a look at my website and see if there’s anything you’re interested in:
You’d be welcome to come up and sort through it.
For further information contact Grant O’Brien, via his website http://www.claviantica.com/index.html