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Auction House:
E. J. Ainger Pty. Ltd.
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** An interesting organ formerly from, the Marysville Museum ***
*** Exhibition rosewood and floral marquetry decorated piano, adorned with gilded bronze winged maidens ***
*** A Steinway & Sons upright grand ebony satin finish piano with Jansen bench. Model K 507143, purchased Allans Melbourne 1990, ticket price $37,500. Has Original receipt and manuals, together with tuning records ***
*** Steinway boudoir grand piano, model O, 1917, manufactured in Hamburg in mahogany case. Number 186659 ***
*** A Beckstein boudoir grand piano burr walnut case ***
*** An orchestral Regina Corona disc Polyphon. No. 21839. 1900, playing 68 cm discs, music comb, in a walnut case with Corinthian columns, an arched glazed door and pierced spandrels, raised on turned feet with a storage base, together with 14 discs. 215 cm high, 110 cm wide, 40 cm deep ***
*** A rare Sebastian and Pierre Edwards gilt wood and brass harp in original carrying case, maker Sebastian & Pierre Edward, 18 great Marlborough Street, London. ***
*** A rare oak cased Grandfather polyphon clock. Maker: The Regina Company, Rahway New Jersey. With a selection of metal disc records. Serial no. 3000002. 250 cm high, 64 cm wide, 37 cm deep. ***
*** A Bernstein Baby Grand Piano ***
*** A German 'Singing bird' automaton music box. Early 20th century, the rectangular case with enamelled decoration, together with original bird. Provenance: A bequest from Sir Arthur Gordon Rylah (1909-1974), to his daughter and sold by her executors. ***
*** A Swiss musical box, playing 9 airs, the crank wind cylinder with steel comb, the tune sheet printed and the rosewood veneered cover with floral marquetry. ***
*** An impressive Nicole Freres symphorien cylinder music box musical box. It has twelve-tunes, within a cross banded and satinwood marquetry inlaid walnut case. 17 cm high, 53 cm wide, 23 cm deep ***
*** A Yamaha baby grand piano, model number G2, registration number J3730455, for many years this served as the personal piano of the late Richard Divall ***
*** A Steinway & Sons New York mahogany cased Boudoir Grand Piano. Circa 1875. Serial No. 28570 ***
*** A Continental 19th century walnut polyphon with horse and rider inlaid top having 9 inch or 23 centimetre discs ***
*** A J Longman & Co Cheapside London pianoforte, 1802. The square form pale mahogany case with ebony wood stringing throughout, inscribed '1802' ***