Soprani Accordions for Sale

paolo soprani accordionThe Paolo Soprani Accordion has been around since about 1864, when the inspired Paul Soprani, opened up a workshop in his home. The remarkable story today is that you can find these  vintage Paolo Soprani Accordion on auction at eBay. Of course, there are many new Soprani Accordions inspired from the original instrument maker from Castelfidardo, Italy.
To read and learn more about the history of Paolo Soprani Accordions, scroll below the auction sales.
Or, to place your bid on an awesome Paolo Soprani Accordion, visit the auctions Above!

Paolo Soprani Accordion Auction Sales

Settimio Soprani 6 Row B System Button Accordion
Settimio Soprani 6 Row B System Button Accordion
$9,495.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 3d 5h 9m
Settimio Soprani ACCORDION 120 bass
Settimio Soprani ACCORDION 120 bass
$3,990.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 15d 11h 5m
Paolo Soprani ACCORDION 120 bass
Paolo Soprani ACCORDION 120 bass
$2,990.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 15d 19h 47m
$1,699.99 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 6d 18h 58m
Paolo Soprani Piano Accordion (Italia) 120 Bass + Case (Italian)
Paolo Soprani Piano Accordion (Italia) 120 Bass + Case (Italian)
$1,202.86 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1d 11h 12m
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Paolo Soprani Accordion History

For all practical purposes, Paolo Soprani brought the entire Accordion industry to Castilfardo, Italy in 1864. What began as a small workshop in the home of Paolo Soprani changed the accordion industry forever.  From 1864 to 1872, Soprani Accordions were sold on the streets and in small markets. Then, in 1872, the first factory opened which began production of Paolo Soprani accordions in Castilfardo, Italy. Thanks to the production of these accordions, the popularity of the instrument grew among farmers who loved to dance to the lively music they produced. Paolo Soprani accordions became so popular that they grew outside the country; into France and other Europeans who bought them and brought both the instruments and lively accordion music to their own towns. By 1900, Paolo Soprani was a thriving accordion company with over 400 employees. While I cannot verify the historical accuracy here 100%, there is one fact about Paolo Soprani Accordions that is indisputable: There is around 136 years of accordion history in the making and you can find these great, valuable instruments on auction sales today. Whether you buy an accordion that is over 100 years old or newer, the spirit of the craftsmanship, sound and way they play comes out in each and every Paolo Soprani Accordion.

If you don't spot the Soprani Accordion you're looking for today, be sure to check back tomorrow and each and every day, thereafter. The inventory on new, used and valuable Paolo Soprani Accordions changed by the hour!

Just recently found for auction sale; a Vintage Soprani Settimio Castello from the early 1900s. Don't miss out on these great deals for accordion collectors.

Paolo Soprani Accordion

How much is your Paolo Soprani accordion worth? If you inherited an old Paolo Soprani Accordion from your father or grandfather and are wondering how much it is worth, you’ve come to the right place. eBay is probably the best place to shop for old Paolo Soprani Accordions. Scroll below the Accordion Sale auctions below to learn more…


How to Find Your Paolo Soprani Accordion

Paolo Soprani AccordionWhether you’re buying or selling a new, old or vintage Paolo Soprani Accordion, eBay Auctions are an excellent way to discover the value and popularity of these old instruments. has sorted old accordions by type: Button, Diatonic, Bandoneon, Piano, etc. – as well as brand name. The Paolo Soprani Accordion is certainly a popular one and you’ll probably find one, if not many of them similar to yours on eBay. But there is yet another way to identify your grandfather’s old accordion and it doesn’t involve shopping auction sales, hunting and searching for instruments that are similar in shape, size, age and brand.


Another Way to Identify Your Paolo Soprani Accordion

The AccordionStop accordion blog is a website, designed for helping accordion owners identify the age and value of their old accordions. The idea started from my own Grandfather’s Accordion which I inherited several years ago. No, unfortunately, it’s not a Paolo Soprani Accordion, but I wish it was! At  any rate, this Accordion Blog is where owners and accordion experts can get together and share their information. Email pictures of your old accordion to and we’ll publish them on the site with any additional information you might have about the instrument. Who knows, you might even find an old Paolo Soprani Accordion just like the one from your grandfather. Check back often, both on eBay and on our Accordion Blog. The information on eBay changes daily if not by the hour. The Accordion Website is constantly being updated with updated, old accordions models that people wish to identify.


Always check eBay for the best price on an old Paolo Soprani Accordion.


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