Well, I suspect that crating, shipping, POE and customs charges from Italy
to the U.S. would be a non-negligible amount. Anyone have a clue?
>Yeah, its the same exact one, but of course Glenn has tacked on his mark-up!
>He's asking $7900. Some of that is for the very fancy paint job! It
>instersting to see that he gives it a good report though!
>From: Harpsichords and Related Topics
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of David Pickett
>Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 7:37 AM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: junk instruments, was Opera hpschds
>>3,200.00 European euros = 2,816.00 US dollars Sorry, its an even better
>>deal, and for abour $600 you can add another 8'
>Curiously enough, unless I am mistaken there is one of these for sale at
>Harpsichord Clearing House:
>Italian by Bizzi 2001. 58 note GG-e"' transposing 8'8' and buff. "Primo"
>model with Painted lid, rose and keywell area. This instrument has a
>surprisingly full sound and easy action. Case is antique white with
>gilding. With this instrument comes a matching bench, full padded cover ,
>tool kit and leg bag, making this an excellent continuo and gig instrument.
>This is the first Bizzi instrument we have seen in the US and it looks very
>good. Lid photo. Please come and see this instrument in our gallery. $7900.
John & Susie Howell
Virginia Tech Department of Music
Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S.A. 24061-0240
Vox (540) 231-8411 Fax (540) 231-5034
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