Piano Makes B
Check out the complete list of piano makes beginning with the letter B. Find popular brands like Baldwin,
Barnes, Bluthner, Barrat & Robinson, Bechner, Bechstein, Brinsmead and Broadwood. Some of these manufacturers produce
upright or grand pianos, others make keyboards and digital pianos. We are currently in the process of compiling more
information about these individual makes - we hope to have this info ready soon.
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Barrat & Robinson
Fine German pianos. Bluthner produce a small number of uprights and grands, but they concentrate on quality. The Bluthner action tends to be on
the heavy side.
Bechstein pianos are made in Germany and are one of the leading piano manufacturers. Bechstein don't produce a lot of pianos, but the
quality is considered to be of the highest level.
Behning & Son
These pianos are no longer produced and in their day where not a popular
piano. A Curtaz piano – because of its age - today is unlikely to be worth
anything at all, perhaps only retaining a sentimental value.
Bogs & Voigt
These pianos have been in production in Czech Republic since 1871. Bohemia know how to make a fine piano with a true European sound.
Böhme & Sohn
Austrian pianos at their best. The true creme de la creme of pianos. Bosendorfer take absolutely ages to make each of their uprights or grands.
Every detail must be perfect.
BostonBreitkopf & Härtel
Bjur Bros Co
Brinkmann & Goebel
Questions on Broadwood pianos
I stumbled upon your website and tips for piano evaluation. Our piano
has become a rarely played decorative piece of furniture. I was
wondering if you had any information on the value of it?
The piano is a John Broadwood & Sons Ltd London piano made between
George II and Edward VII, piano makers to the British Sovereign, Grand
Prix Paris, the serial number is 108626.
I appreciate any information you may send my way.
Thanks, Kind Regards, Martha Thomson
Your piano was made around 1907. Broadwood pianos where
made to a very high standard. If it is in good condition then
you can expect to get betweem £700 - £1500.
The only way to get a proper valuation would be to ask a local piano
tuner to come and take a look at it.
The value of the piano depends on the condition of the parts inside.
You can find a list of piano tuners here:
You might also be interested in an article I wrote about how to value
Thank you for the information you sent it has been of great
enlightenment. I was just about to sell the piano for £30 and now
realise that this is to low a sale price.
Yes you may post my question. However, i have just read through it
and realised that there is a typo, where it reads 'rarely unplayed' it
should read 'rarely played'. I'd appreciate if this amendment could
Kind regards From Martha Thomson
Burger & Jaccobi
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