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Edinburgh Piano Company clearance auction makes £375,000

Daniel Gumble
Edinburgh Piano Company clearance auction makes £375,000

The Edinburgh Piano Company’s entire stock was auctioned off on Sunday, February 14th,  for princely sum of almost £375,000.

The Scotland store’s closing down auction saw over 100 pianos placed under the hammer, ranging in price from £104 to £48,880.

Having been in business for 30 years, the store supplied pianos for a number of high profile artists, including Van Morrison, Luciano Pavarotti and Frank Sinatra.

At the auction’s close 116 pianos were sold for a grand total of £373,250.
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Store founder, James Cameron, told the BBC: "There were more people in the sale room than I have ever had in the history of the business.

"I'm sad that it is our final day of trading but I'm pleased that we've gone out on a high note.

"It's been an enjoyable business but I'm sure all those pianos have gone to good homes."

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