1903 Steinway & Sons Model A-2 Grand Piano #109789 | Satin Ebony
Measuring approx. 6’2″ in length, the Steinway & Sons Model A, Style II Grand Piano has long been a coveted musical instrument. These parlor grand pianos were first built in New York during the late 19th and early 20th century and later were re-introduced in 2005.
Steinway & Sons Model A-II Grand Piano #109789 was built in 1903 at the New York Steinway Factory and was restored by us here at Chupp’s Piano Service. This parlor grand piano features a round arm cabinet with double moldings along the base of the case. The piano sits on Victorian Ice Cream Cone style legs and features a carved pedal lyre. The cabinet was refinished in a rich satin ebony lacquer and has been freshly hand rubbed by our piano refinishers.
The piano’s action was fully rebuilt with new dimensionally correct parts. This includes new German Renner wippens and new hammers, shanks, and flanges. Exacting action regulation and voicing has been completed to ensure a light, responsive touch and rich, full, Steinway quality of tone. The keyboard features the original ivory keytops which have been restored.
The piano was restrung with premium quality music wire and copper wound bass strings. These strings were coiled to nickel plated tuning pins and driven into a new custom fitted hard maple pinblock. A new soundboard of the highest quality spruce has been fabricated and custom fitted to the case. This produces optimal tone and stability. Serving as the structural backbone of the piano, the cast iron plate has been expertly re-bronzed. The brass hardware has been restored and this art case piano looks as stunning as it sounds.
The Best of the Best – The Highest in Craftsmanship
The late 19th and early 20th century saw the ‘golden age’ of piano making reach its peak. Hundreds of piano companies competed to build the finest pianos possible. Pre-WWII era Steinway pianos are the epitome of the craftsmanship that has made the Steinway name so legendary. Here at Chupp’s Piano Service, Inc. our restoration work is focused on returning each vintage piano to a concert level of performance. For over forty years we have brought new life to a countless number of historic grand pianos. This particular Steinway Model A-3 stands as a stunning example of historic Steinway & Sons factory quality.
As piano rebuilding specialists we specialize in the full restoration of vintage Steinway, Mason & Hamlin, Baldwin and other fine makes of pianos. We are also an authorized Kawai piano dealer offering Kawai grand, upright and digital pianos. Located in the heart of Northern Indiana, we are conveniently located between Chicago, Detroit, and Fort Wayne. Our work is of the finest quality and we are confident that our pianos speak for themselves! Contact us today for more information and to set up a private selection appointment. [Toll-free: 1-888-831-5820.]
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Over Four Decades of Expert Piano ServiceFounded in 1975 by Master Piano Technician Dennis Chupp, Chupp's Piano Service, Inc. has been serving the piano needs of the music community around the world for over forty years. Specializing in premium restored Steinway & Sons, new Kawai, vintage Mason & Hamlin and pre-owned Yamaha pianos, Chupp's Piano Service is a full-service piano business.
- Over 2,000 Vintage Steinway pianos sold.
- Multiple pianos provided to concert venues and universities.
- A wide selection of premium restored Steinway grand pianos for sale.
- Full piano restoration services
- Piano moving, concert-level regulation, piano tuning, and more.
The Chupp's Pianos DifferenceA family-owned and operated business, Chupp’s Piano Service, Inc. has the experience and dedication needed to ensure the highest caliber of work. Whether you need your piano tuned, fully rebuilt, or are in the market to purchase your dream instrument, look no further than Chupp’s Pianos. Our premium Steinway Piano Restorations show our commitment to craftsmanship and utilize the best techniques. We are ready to serve your piano needs! For more information contact us today. We are happy to assist!
A beautiful example of Steinway & Sons' legendary craftsmanship, this fully restored Model D Concert Grand Piano possesses all of the qualities expected of a performance level concert grand. Measuring in at just under nine feet in length, this unique piano has undergone a premium rebuilding process. Featuring a Western Red Cedar Soundboard, this instrument was crafted during Steinway's 'golden era' of high quality and innovation. This piano features an incredible sound and a fully regulated, expressive, responsive action. There is a reason that over 90% of concert pianists continue to choose to perform on Steinway instruments. Pictured with an optional Jansen Adjustable Artists Bench. This piano was selected for Cedarville University in Ohio by Steinway Artist Dr. John Mortensen.
This fully rebuilt Hamburg Steinway & Sons Model D Concert Grand Piano was originally manufactured in 1914. Featuring a stunning and rare Brazilian Rosewood veneer, this concert level instrument is an excellent example of golden age Steinway & Sons factory quality. This instrument was fully rebuilt and restored by Chupp's Piano Service and was sold to a private client.
This Steinway & Sons Model B Grand Piano is in a Louis XV Rococo case style. The art case cabinet is in a gorgeous Circassian walnut with a stunning grain detail. Built during the golden era of Steinway Factory quality, this rare 6'11" instrument has undergone an extensive restoration process. Featuring a stunning art case cabinet, the original Steinway Factory soundboard, reconditioned pinblock and a fully rebuilt action utilizing Genuine Steinway Hammers. The piano's action has been fully regulated and concert level tone regulation has been performed. This piano truly is a work of art both visually and as a world-class musical instrument. This piano has been sold to a private client in Dubai, UAE. Seeking a similar piano? Click here.
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Steinway & Sons Model M #227953 was built at the New York Steinway Factory in 1924. Measuring 5'7" in length this 'baby grand' is a living example of historic Steinway quality. Featuring an expertly refinished ebony cabinet, restored original ivory keytops, a fully rebuilt action, and a new solid spruce soundboard, this instrument is a wonderful testament to golden era Steinway craftsmanship. This piano has been fully restored and is one of the finest Model M Grand Pianos we have offered for sale in years. You will fall in love with this piano's lovely quality of tone and touch! Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. This piano was sold to a happy client in Sioux Falls, SD. [Contact us today for more about this or any other instrument.]
Built in 1917 at the New York Steinway & Sons Factory, Model A-3 #186423 measures 6'4 1/2" in length. Representing the finest in 'golden era' piano craftsmanship, this 'stretch A' grand piano has been fully rebuilt. The square arm cabinet has been refinished in satin ebony with a flamed mahogany inner rim. Restoration includes a new solid spruce soundboard, new custom fitted pinblock, a fully rebuilt action, a closed pore refinished cabinet and much more. Contact us today for more information on this or any other piano we have in our facility!
Steinway Model A-3 #205470 was manufactured in 1921 at the New York-based Steinway & Sons Factory. Fully rebuilt by our expert piano specialists, this instrument features a new solid spruce soundboard, new hard maple pinblock, a fully rebuilt action and much more. Encased in a rich satin ebony finish, this instrument is a true feast for the ears and the eyes. Contact us today for more information on this or any other piano we have for sale. This piano has been sold.
Ready To Restore: This vintage Art Case Steinway Model A-III was built in 1915 at the New York Steinway & Sons Factory. Constructed during the height of the roaring piano industry, this instrument sits in ready to restore condition. This concert level instrument is in excellent structural condition and is a perfect candidate for a full restoration. This piano is in 'ready to restore' condition and can be tailored to your specific tastes.[Contact us today for additional information.]
This Steinway & Sons Model A, Style II Grand Piano is a fine example of historic Steinway Factory quality. The art case cabinet is in a rare cut of Circassian Walnut with an incredibly detailed grain. Built during the golden era of piano-making, this rare 6'2" instrument has undergone an extensive piano restoration process. Featuring a stunning art case/crown jewel style cabinet, a new solid spruce soundboard, custom-fitted hard maple pinblock, and a fully rebuilt action, this instrument is of concert-level quality. The piano’s action has been fully regulated and tone regulation has been performed. This piano truly is a work of art both visually and as a world-class musical instrument.
Steinway Model A-3 #170293 was built in 1915 at the New York Steinway & Sons Factory. This 6'4 1/2" Grand Piano has been expertly restored to a high-performance standard. This instrument features a beautiful satin ebony cabinet, nickel plated hardware, a fully rebuilt action, a new pinblock, a new soundboard and much more. This instrument has been expertly restored and is ready for your home! Pictured with an optional Jansen Artists Bench. [Contact us today for more about this instrument.]