Steinway & Sons Model O Grand Pianos | 5’10” Living Room Grand Pianos
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Steinway Model O #208778 was built in 1921 at the New York Steinway Factory. This 5'10" grand piano is covered in a figured African Flame Mahogany veneer and is in very good structural condition. This piano is a perfect candidate for a full restoration and we are offering a special rebuilding package with this instrument. Contact us today for more information on this or any other piano we have for sale.
Built during the 'golden age' of piano manufacturing, this 1917 Steinway & Sons Model O Grand Piano is one of the most unique and rarest pianos we have ever featured. Featuring a modern Sketch 380 Sheraton cabinet and spade legs, this Model O was originally specially ordered in a figured Brazilian Rosewood. This is the only modern styled New York Steinway in Brazilian Rosewood that we have ever come across. This special Steinway is currently undergoing an extensive restoration to ensure it returns to its rightful status as a concert level instrument. Interested in learning more? Get in contact with us today.
Steinway & Sons Model O #203696 was built at the New York Steinway Factory in 1920. Measuring 5'10 1/2" in length this 'Living Room Grand' is a fantastic example of historic Steinway quality. Featuring an expertly refinished cabinet, restored original ivory keytops, a fully regulated action and a new solid spruce soundboard, this instrument is a wonderful example of golden era Steinway craftsmanship. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. This piano has been sold to a family in Pittsburgh.
As Is or Ready to Restore: This Steinway & Sons Model O Grand Piano features a beautifully figured African Flame Mahogany veneer. This Model O was built in 1916 at the New York Steinway & Sons factory. This piano is in very good original condition and features the original Steinway soundboard, action parts and much more. Special pre-restoration price of: $8,750.00. This piano has been sold and is currently undergoing a premium restoration process. Check out this 1920 Model M if you are looking for ready to restore Steinways.