Fortepianos for sale
Harpsichords & Spinets for sale
Clavichords for sale
Fortepiano in vendita
Tafelklavier zu verkaufen
Piano Forte en vente
Clavecin & Clavicorde en vente
Here, You can usually find restored:
Late 18th century & early 19th century square pianos
Early 19th century Viennese grand pianos
Fortepiano, Harpsichord, Spinet and Clavichord copies made around 1980-2010
Each month buyers write us and ask for square pianos in particular that we have in stock, to order for restoration, some of them being aware of the big risk of buying from some dishonest private sellers on various websites who hide some even structural problems of such pianos, hoping that the buyer does not notice them! and of course ''acording to the law'' having no responsibility after the sale (the same story with auction houses!)
Therefore buyers write us for they are aware that Radbon Atelier is the only place where they have the possibility to :
1- Find the type of square pianos according to their needs (18th century, 19th century, English, French, German, Italian etc.)
2- Having the real choice (because there are not 4-5 but a lot more to choose between, not having to choose between only a few candidates)
3- Having the possibility to try the piano before buying
4- No risking of buying something that might get structural problems like wrest-plank lifting after tuning or the bridge detachement off the soundboard and such as... things that can happen to any piano while restoration which can be tragic to a buyer who has wasted his money on the unrestored piano, its shipping and has to pay for the working hours of any restorer who faces new problems of it at the beginning, middle or work or right after the restoration!
In our workshop we take all the responsibility and costs of buying and restoring such period pianos from its A to Z and the buyer does not have to risk at any stage but can buy the ready product with confidence.
You can send an email at for more information. (the long list below shows only the the sold instruments and the few restored ones for sale, not the larger number of unrestored pianos in stock.
Terms and conditions for buyers: It works as explained above without any stress and risk for the buyers. The buyer chooses the right instrument after consulting with us receives a quote for the final price including restoration, excluding shipping, then pays half of the amount and waits for the restoration. Once it is finished (delays are indeed normal and the buyer should accept that) the buyer can decide if he wants it or not without giving us any reason. If decide to buy, he/she should pay the rest and we can either manage the transport or it can be picked up. In case the buyer decides to have the money back, we will sell the instrument to another client and in case we even don't succeed, we pay the amount back within 5 months. So there is no risk of any disappointment for our buyers.
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Unique early 19th century Matthias Müller Fortepiano for sale!
Matthias Müller was one of the best and most innovative makers of his time in Vienna and one of the top 5 addresses.
This extraordinary example was made in 1822 and is one of the best-preserved Viennese fortepianos one can ever find in a lifetime!
Its sound, as well as appearance, do not need much explanation.
Please watch the videos on YouTube:
It keeps the tuning very well.
Only serious buyers please contact us through our website:
Compass: 6 octaves
Style: empire style Vienna
Pedals: 6 for dampers lift, bassoon, moderator, double moderator, Turkish music, keyboard shift.
Longman & Broderip Square piano 1798 for sale
Longman & Broderip is one of the
most successful brands in piano making in the second half of the 18th century. Not only in England but everywhere in Europe in castles and among rich families one could find a Longman & Broderip piano. Like Breitkopf & Härtel they exported their goods (musical instruments and sheet music) everywhere even to the USA.
Among the most famous buyers of L&B instruments we can name G.Washington and J.Haydn. It is said that he may have owned a piano by L&B.
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