What are player piano rolls worth?

What are player piano rolls worth?

What are player piano rolls worth?

What are they worth today?” There is some fairly hot demand for the few big artists such as James P. Johnson ($8), Pete Wendling ($5), Rags ($6), Blues ($3) and most other rolls are worth maybe $2 or $3. A good place to sell them is the local auction house.

Are vintage pianos worth anything?

Antique pianos and organs can be valued anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. It is important that sellers realize the real value difference between a restored instrument and an unrestored instrument.

What is an Aeolian player piano worth?

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Year Details Price
Antique self player piano $3,495
1925 Antique self player piano $3,495
1981 Rare Aeolian Cable Model $1,100
1947 Factory built Player Piano $6,995

How much did a piano cost in 1920?

Each price reflects a Steinway & Sons in the standard Ebony Satin Finish.

1910 $1,600
1915 $1,600 $800
1920 $2,700
1925 $2,700 (L) $1,575

Does anyone make player piano rolls?

Live performance – Player piano rolls created from live piano performances will provide you with concert-quality output. Computer software – QRS piano rolls created using computer and MIDI software are available for sale in large quantities and are often easier to locate and buy.

What is an Aeolian piano?

The Aeolian Company was founded by New York City piano maker William B. Tremaine as the Aeolian Organ & Music Co. (1887) to make automatic organs and, after 1895, as the Aeolian Co. automatic pianos as well. The factory was initially located in Meriden, Connecticut.