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Steinway & Sons Model L #555900 was built in 2000 at the New York Steinway Factory. Part of the Crown Jewel series of Art Case instruments, it is veneered in a rich cut of Santos Rosewood. This piano is in excellent, original condition and includes the original, matching hard-top bench. Interested in this fine, Art Case Steinway Model L? Get in touch with our team today! Our piano rebuilding facility features a wide selection of used, new and fully rebuilt grand pianos for sale today. This instrument awaits your appointment at our New Paris, IN shop and showroom. [Contact Us]
Modern Style Cabinet in Rare Brazilian RosewoodBuilt 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 has been expertly restored to ensure it returns to its rightful status as a concert level instrument. Interested in learning more? Get in contact with us today. This piano has been sold to a client in Los Angeles, California.
Steinway Model D Concert Grand Pianos are the standard by which other concert pianos are judged. This very rare and stunningly gorgeous Rosewood Steinway & Sons D #52626 was manufactured in 1884 at the New York Steinway factory. Fully restored, this piano features a new solid spruce soundboard, fully rebuilt action, original ivory keytops and much more. This piano's art case cabinet is in a figured Brazilian Rosewood veneer that is sure to make it a visual and musical centerpiece in any room it is placed in. Measuring just under nine feet in length, this concert grand piano is a fine example of golden era piano craftsmanship. Includes the original matching stool. This piano has been sold.
Square Grand Pianos are an important part of modern piano development. Square Grands were incredibly popular during the 18th and 19th centuries and a vast number of them were sold. Mechanically different than modern pianos of today, these instruments contributed a number of advancements that are still in use today. Steinway Square #41991 was delivered to a Brooklyn, New York client in 1880. Fully restored and refinished, this rosewood piano is a wonderful living example of an important piece in the development of today's modern instruments. This piano was sold to a client in Georgia. If you are interested in a square grand piano like this, please get in touch with us today.