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Thanks for the photos. In checking the serial I find this piano has a date of 1913. Autopiano was one of the many companies in the early 20th century who made player pianos. These old upright players are very common on the used market today and that paired with their old age (and declining condition without restoration) keeps prices low. You mention the bellows needing replacement, which wouldn't be too costly but could possibly eclipse the cost of the piano as it is now. Obviously, the bellows would need to be sound in order for the player function to work properly. In examining the photos, the internal parts all appear original from what I can see, and show significant age and wear. Based on these factors and the used piano market, I would recommend your piano be valued at approximately $250-$600 as is, and $400-$800 if the bellows are repaired. Piano rolls are available at any antique shop in large numbers so they aren't worth much. I recommend including them with the sale of the piano. Antique shops usually sell them for $1/each. Best wishes!
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