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How old is the piano
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: e belling up right piano
I did some research for ya, and here's what I've come up with.
The E. Belling piano's were manufactured in the 1920's and 30's.
Their serial number uses 1920 as 01000 for sereal number, so I am assuming that the first two numbers means years in business.
12 years gives us 1932 as the date of manufacture.
The company was one of those that kept getting bought out over and over and over again.
The majority were made under the Patings brand, until 1936, when the company closed.
All were made in the UK, some were for local use, and some for international sales, under the Victor & Belling label.
As far as current value is concerned, I would say that is should be worth at least a few hundred dollars, and possibly much more, depending on condition, and whether any famous songs were ever written on that particular piano.
I hope that I helped you out some, and good luck !!
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
Probably not what you paid for it, sad to say. So many were made, and with the recession and the advent of a reliable timepiece in everyone's pocket anyway, the collector's market for elegant wristwatches has declined somewhat. It also varies dramatically depending on what kind of market you're selling in. Pawnbrokers, jewelers, and watch collectors all have different ideas of how to determine a piece's value. Condition and provenance also play a large part of any appraisal. I wouldn't accept less than $250 if I were you, but I wouldn't expect more than $500. In the long run, your best bet to have it keep its' value would be to keep it until it can be classified as vintage or an antique. Once most of the other Lucien Piccard watches that were made at the same time as it was have failed, been melted for gold or lost, the value will start to go up again, and if you or your family can keep it for a VERY long time indeed, then it's definitely possible to make a profit on a watch.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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