Antique Wheelock Piano For Sale – SOLD!

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WHEELOCK  ~ NEW YORK ~ PIANOLA PIANO

UPRIGHT PLAYER PIANO
STYLE 111 P

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  • SERIAL# 26049
  • DATE 1910
  • PRICE: SOLD!!
  • Moving Fee: Negotiable

History of Wheelock Pianos

I received this Antique Wheelock Piano as a donation to try to earn money for camps this summer.  The piano is tuned and has a rich beautiful sound.  Price is negotiable. Minimal wood damage on top due to wet plant placement. Experienced Piano Mover willing to negotiate a fair price depending on the distance from Lincoln City, Oregon.

Update : June 2012 : We were able to sell the piano to a very nice family in Newport, Oregon!  YEAH!!!

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5 Responses to Antique Wheelock Piano For Sale – SOLD!

  1. Lynn Claughton says:

    What can anyone tell me about a Wheelock NEW YORK Player Piano Style 140 P id# 34800 Its been in the same family about 60 plus years the player mechanism may need work…Can it be dated with this information? Thanks! ..

  2. Eada Pegar says:

    Hi: I was surfing the internet and notice your Wheelock Player piano for sale, than I noticed that it had sold, How much did it sell for? What is the approximate value? We have one that we would sell or maybe donate. Thank you for your response. Eada.

    • We were told all sorts of crazy prices – up to $35,000 if it was completely restored. It worked, was in good tune, and had really nice wood. But – we live in a tiny coast town. If we were in a larger town, we might have been able to market it better. Turns out, a family in a town 30 minutes away wanted a stand up piano for their business. They paid my son a camp scholarship and paid for the movers.

  3. Ricky Dennis says:

    Saw Wheelock Piano ,have the exact Piano and 90 scrolls of music, would like to sell , but
    I have no clue how much to ask for it . Could you tell me the price the one you sold so I have a
    price to start with .

    Thanks
    Rick

    • We were told all sorts of crazy prices – up to $35,000 if it was completely restored. It worked, was in good tune, and had really nice wood. But – we live in a tiny coast town. If we were in a larger town, we might have been able to market it better. Turns out, a family in a town 30 minutes away wanted a stand up piano for their business. They paid my son a camp scholarship and paid for the movers.

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