|Title:||WM Knabe piano|
|Description:||a WM Knabe piano, not sure of the year We were given the name R. Ridgely Fisher to ask for as our appraiser.|
|Condition:||it is in overall good condition, I would think. There are 2 scratches that are noticeable just at glance, if inspected closely, there may be more.|
|Origin:||It was left in the home of an estate we just purchased, the house was built in 1924 and has been vacant for a very long time.|
|Provenance:||I have no idea|
|Appraised By:||R. Ridgely Fisher|
|Appraiser Comments:||Your Knabe Queen Anne (5'08") Grand was built in 1936<<<>>> (Very fine instrument, photos show a piano in well kept condition) <<<<<>>>>>> The appraised value is for reference only. Ultimately, something is worth only as much as someone will pay for it. Piano prices vary greatly depending on the locale and the particular situation. Add 20-30 percent to the appraised value if sold by a dealer, un-restored, but with a warranty. <<<<>>>> Acting in the capacity of appraiser, I declare that the included facts of this report are true to the best of my knowledge. This report is made in strict compliance with the Principles of Appraisal Practice and code of Ethics of the American Society of Appraisers.|
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