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Hi David: You are correct in saying there is little value. These pianos were hot in the 1920's and 30's. The player mechanisms were removed because restoring them was very expensive...thousands!
I believe that this ia a horn that was a stencil for a dealer, I don't know who the maker may have actually been. As far as whether it is worthwhile to fix it up, I would suggest taking it to a repair
Gary - there are actually 3 horns in that series! The Series I was called a Super Action 80 (not officially titled the Series I). These horns (in general) were brighter in sound to the Mark VI's that came
Hi Anna: Are you thinking of purchasing? If so...I would consider looking elsewhere. This piano was made in 1924 and there weren't very many as the company was not in business all that long.
Dear Billy Hope you well and in good playing shape. Good to hear from you again. The differences between these shapes are very slight indeed. The widest is the RC12 at 7.24mm . The RC11 is identical