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Used Pianos in Kingston upon Thames

Quality second hand pianos delivered to!

The best selection of quality used pianos with free delivery to Kingston upon Thames and all across the UK.
We can also source any make of piano you are seeking so give us a call if you can’t see what you are after.

We offer service & delivery finding that perfect tone and touch you need.

Piano King buy pianos of all makes including Steinways, Bechstein, Yamaha’s and Kawai.

We pay the best price and can collect on the same day.

We also ship to any country including China and the whole of Europe supplying piano dealers and the public.

We can source any make of piano in any quantity and specialise in trade piano sales all over the world.

We also buy Steinway, Bechstein, Yamaha and Blüthner Pianos

So if you are looking to upgrade your current piano or are seeking a container of quality used pianos then look no further than Piano King.

From budget starter pianos right up to top of the range concert pianos including popular makes like Yamaha, Kawai, Steinway & Sons, Bechstein, Blüthner, Waldstein, Barratt & Robinson, Zender, Steinmayer, Robinson, Reid Sohn and Bentley to name a few.

International Shipping

We can source and supply trade pianos for international shipping at the best UK prices. We will not be beaten on our quality of service and provide container packing for larger shipments to destinations all over the world.

Contact us today if you are looking for pianos and want the best trade deals available.

International Shipping

We can source and supply trade pianos for international shipping at the best UK prices. We will not be beaten on our quality of service and provide container packing for larger shipments to destinations all over the world.

Contact us today if you are looking for pianos and want the best trade deals available.

Piano King pay great commission on leads and recommendations.

Piano King pay great commission on leads and recommendations.

We want your old piano

Piano King are always on the lookout for used pianos. We can also seek out a great piano for you if you're looking to upgrade.

Why not contact us today if you are looking to sell your old piano.

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About Kingston upon Thames

Kingston was called Cyninges tun in 838, Chingestune in 1086, Kingeston in 1164, Kyngeston super Tamisiam in 1321 and Kingestowne upon Thames in 1589. The name means ‘the king’s manor or estate’ from the Old English words cyning and tun. It belonged to the king in Saxon times and was the earliest royal borough. It was first mentioned in 838 as the site of a meeting between King Egbert of Wessex and Ceolnoth, Archbishop of Canterbury. Kingston lay on the boundary between the ancient kingdoms of Wessex and Mercia, until in the early tenth century when King Athelstan united both to create the kingdom of England. Probably because of the town’s symbolic location, several tenth-century kings were crowned in Kingston, Æthelstan in 925, Eadred in 946 and Æthelred in 979. Other kings who may have been crowned there are Edward the Elder in 902, Edmund in 939, Eadwig in 956, Edgar in about 960 and Edward the Martyr in 975. It was later thought that the coronations took place in the chapel of St Mary, which collapsed in 1730, and a large stone recovered from the ruins has been regarded since the eighteenth century as the Coronation Stone. It was initially used as a mounting block, but in 1850 it was moved to a more dignified place in the market before finally being moved to its current location in the grounds of the guildhall. (Source: Wikipedia)