This is one of the very rare cabinet pianos made by Robert Wornum C.1845 and is awaiting restoration. It has a very fine quality rosewood case and has Wornum’s famous “tape check” action, the forerunner of the modern upright action. Even un-restored it has a surprisingly sure touch and ethereal una corda. It also has a full seven octave compass which is extremely rare for an upright of this period.
This Cabinet piano is by the company of Owen, Stodart & Co C.1835 and is awaiting restoration. It has a fine mahogany case, a 6 1/2 octave with two pedals, one sustain and one una corda.
This Collard & Collard Cabinet piano dates from 1843 and is awaiting restoration. It has a rosewood case and a 6 1/2 octave compass with two pedals, one sustain and one una corda.