Blue Book of Pianos Appraisal Form


WHAT'S YOUR PIANO REALLY WORTH?
ACCURATE AND FAIR USED PIANO PRICES!

Discover the value of your piano today. Many factors affect piano value including: geographic location, age, condition of the piano cabinet, structure and inner parts, and the eagerness of the potential buyer (or seller). An appraisal prevents you from selling your piano for too little or paying too much for one. But at times you may want or need a written appraisal to prove that value under certain conditions. We provide the necessary signed written legal and IRS Form 8283 at an additional cost of $50.

*Written Appraisals are needed for such purposes such as:

BUYING INSURANCE COMMUNITY PROPERTY
SELLING ESTATE TAX REBUILDING
TRADING DONATIONS EQUAL DISTRIBUTION
DAMAGE CLAIMS REFINISHING TAX DEDUCTIONS

We combine over 50 years of piano buying and selling experience with the latest sales data in order to provide you with an accurate current value of your piano based on these facts, not by guesswork or approximation. The charge for each Appraisal is $25.00.

  

                  AFTER YOU COMPLETE THE APPRAISAL FORM BELOW HIT>  

YOUR CORRESPONDENCE INFORMATION
Piano Manufactures Name 
Your E Mail Address
Your Piano Size, Model #, Piano Serial Number & Age
YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION & TELL US ABOUT YOUR PIANO
Condition of your piano? 
Cardholder Name
Card Number
Example 0000000000000000
Expiration
Example mm yy (000)

SECURE CREDIT CARD & PAYMENT INFORMATION

NO AMERICAN EXPRESS CARDS PLEASE!!!


*If you would like to send us additional important information about your piano or to send us pictures of your piano 

please send us an email to: 

bluebookofpiano@aol.com or

blueb1@bluebookofpianos.com

AFTER YOU SUBMIT THIS FORM

Bluebook of Pianos

blueb1@bluebookofpianos.com
Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca 92688

American Piano Company

We also accept Purchase Orders from Banks, Lending Institutions, Insurance Companies, Schools Educational Institutions and/or Libraries also by fax.


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The Federal Trade Commission is conducting a nonpublic investigation to determine whether the manufacturers of musical products and others may be engaging or may have engaged in any unfair methods of competition in violation of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, 15 U.S.C. � 45, as amended. 
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