A baby grand piano once owned by Barbra Streisand is expected to fetch £5,000 at auction in Edinburgh.
The Art Deco piano was designed in the 1930s by American manufacturer Krakauer and is made of a polished walnut veneer.
It was owned by the Grammy and Oscar-winning singer and actress until 1994, when she auctioned items from her collection in New York.
The 144cm wide x 99cm high instrument, which comes with a matching piano stool, has since been kept in Scotland.
Experts believe it could soar far beyond its pre-sale estimate of £3,000-5,000 due to its unusual provenance.
John Mackie, director of Lyon & Turnbull, said there had already been interest in the piano “from around the world”.