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Page 4 - 1950's Maestrovox Information Centre
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Maestrovox Valuation Guide
Maestrovox 1950's keyboards, organs and reel to reel tape recorders are rare and have steadily increased in value since the launch of the Maestrovox pages here in mid 2006. Prior to these pages, no information was available on the Internet. Consequently, at present, they would appear to be a good investment, however, you shold consider a purchase because you wish to own one and so your price limit is your own personal valuation.
 
The figures shown below are based on the few that have changed hands since December 2005, the figures and statements made are estimates provided as a free guide and are our opinion only. We do not accept responsibility for any loss you may incur by the use of this free guide. The values are set in Great Britain Pounds.
 
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If you are about to put a Maestrovox up for sale, or buy one, contact us first, we will be pleased to give you an up to the minute valuation guide, free of charge, and assistance on how to sell your Maestrovox to achieve its best value!
 
Also. please see if it is registered with us, if not, please tell us as we would like to add it to the exclusive register on the main Maestrovox page.

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MAESTROVOX KEYBOARDS & ORGANS
Working Model in Reasonable Condition (With Stand) minimum £300 upwards
Working Model in Reasonable Condition (No Stand) minimum £280 upwards
Faulty Model (Partially Working) minimum £155 upwards
Faulty Model (Not Working or Incomplete Electronics) minimum £110 upwards

MAESTROVOX REEL TO REEL TAPE RECORDERS
Working Model in Reasonable Condition minimum £70 upwards

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