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Impressive early 19th century English Sebastian and Pierre Erard concert harp, gilt with brass mounting decorated with classical figures and angels. The internal mechanism has been damaged and the harp can no longer be actually played – but has been restru

A harp hand crafted by Peter Roberts, Geelong, Victoria, 20th century, 154 cm high. Provenance: The Estate of the Late Annie Coogan

Late 19th/early 20th century Millers auto harp Erato, (with original tuning key)

A parcel-gilt and gilt-bronze mounted harp, signed Clementi, London, 19th century. 163 cm high

A 19th century Erard satinwood and gilt wood harp maker's mark Erard Freres, Rue du mail, no 13 & 21 a Paris no 556 bearing the inscription 'Restored By J. George Morley, Harp Maker From Erard's / 6 Sussex Place, South Kensington, London,' 165 cm high; tog

A 19th century wood and gilt harp engraved J.A. Stumpff of London

A very fine gilt and brass mounted harp by Erard and retailed by T.J. Brown & Co., 12 Berners Street London, English circa 1820, with finely painted sound board and gilded decorations throughout, with eight pedals including a swell mechanism. Sebastian Era

A Regency giltwood and penwork decorated harp, by sebastian erard, circa 1811, of neoclassical design, decorated with anthemion motifs, winged angels, putti and classical maidens in penwork, the plate inscribed 'Royal maker to Princess Charlotte of Wales';

A baby grand piano, circa 1875, German by Hofmann, the walnut veneer case on three octagonal legs and harp shaped pedal and magnificent fretworked music rest. Serial No. 1005. Height 93 cm. Width 145 cm. Depth 136 cm.

A vieux Paris Porcelain tazza. 19th century, the well classically decorated with alternating panels of dancing figures and stylized birds with a central image depicting a woman playing a harp and to each side a looped handle on a short similarly decorated

A rare Sebastian and Pierre Edwards gilt wood and brass harp in original carrying case, maker Sebastian & Pierre Edward, 18 great Marlborough Street, London.

An early 19th century Gothic gold and maple harp by Pierre Erard 47 string patent 5539 (pre-1835), the hexagonal pillar base and capital with gilt gesso decoration in the gothic style, the sound board in maple, engraved 'Sebastian and Pierre Erard's Patent