In a dramatic auction, Christie’s in Austin, Texas, is selling five pianos from the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The pianos will be auctioned off to benefit the National Endowment for the Arts, a non-profit organization that focuses on conserving the American heritage.
These are four pianos in one of the most famous rooms in the world, according to Christie’s: a piano used in the music hall at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, a violin in the United States Capitol, and a violin that plays at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Each piano is in good condition, with just a couple of minor flaws, said Christie’s spokeswoman Kelly Cudahy.
“They’re very well cared for, very well-preserved, very nicely restored,” she said.
She said the pianos were made by the company that built the U.S. Capitol building.
“They’re wonderful pianos,” Cudanys said.
“These are some of the nicest pianos I’ve ever seen.
The way they are, it’s just incredible.
It’s one of those things where you just have to touch them.”
In a video posted to YouTube on Thursday, Christie said the piano auctions in the U, S. and Canada were the most popular among American consumers.
Cudanies said the proceeds from the auctions will be donated to the National Museum of American History, a nonprofit institution that preserves American culture and history.
But the piano auction is not the only way Christie’s is raising money.
Last week, the auction house announced that it would be selling a variety of products.
Among the items up for grabs: a pair of leather boots, a leather jacket, a pair in two sizes, a set of custom-made baseball caps, a baseball hat, and the latest in high-end furniture.
This is not just an auction.
This is a brand new way to give back to the public.
What are the piano pianos worth?
The pianos are valued at $1,250,000, according the auction site.
The piano auction in Austin is the first auction Christie’s has hosted in a major U.K. city, and it’s the only auction in the country that will benefit the arts.
According to the auctioneers, the pianoes are in excellent condition.
“All of the pieces are in great condition,” said Christie.
“I would say that there are no signs of wear, scratches, or damage.
They are absolutely in pristine condition.
All of the piano pieces are very well preserved.”
Christie’s said it will auction the pianas on Feb. 21 in Austin.