harp brought today!

  • Participant
    unknown-user on #72546

    I

    Participant
    Dwyn . on #72547

    Congratulations!

    I’d suggest you contact Howard Bryan.

    Participant
    jessica-wolff on #72548

    The value is not very much, sad to say, UNLESS it’s in good condition cosmetically or functionally. If you have one that looks good and plays well, you have something quite wonderful. I love them.

    Participant
    Dwyn . on #72549

    Indeed, in terms of monetary value, it’s not likely to be worth much.

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #72550

    If you are talking about actual children, I think these harps would be too fragile. I would suggest selling them to a restorer, or investing in restoration and then selling them, recover your money in any case, and get a couple of sturdy newer harps for your lucky, lucky grandkids.

    Participant
    jessica-wolff on #72551

    Every time I cast eyes on the harmonic curve of my 1805/1807 single-action Erard, it lifts my heart. I wish I had those thousands of dollars. Then I go and play my elderly but playable old Troubadour, for which I have affection but not the love I have for the Erard..

    Participant
    rod-anderson on #72552

    Which country are you in?

    Participant
    Dwyn . on #72553

    What sort of condition is it in?

Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.