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Serial Number: K0101547

This is a Kawai piano built in the Japanese factory. Kawai was attempting to build a slightly lower priced model, but keeping most of the DNA of their main line. It looks a whole lot like the U2 Yamaha.

Price: $4250


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Serial Number: 271247

Uncompromising in its commitment to quality, Steinway introduced the Model A as their salon grand. Capable of the “grand” piano sound in quality and craftsmanship, the Model A is the smallest of Steinway’s concert grand pianos. Just over 6 feet long, the Model A is the idyllic baby grand piano for those looking for a smaller size that still retains the strength of sound characteristic of a large piano. The Model A also has a variant called the A3, sometimes called the “stretch A,” which is 3 inches longer than the standard A to accommodate more power and tonal range. Specs: Length: 6’ 2” (188 cm) Width: 57 ¾” (147 cm) Weight: 695 pounds (315 kg) Introduced: 1878

Price: $17900


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Serial Number: 2104277

This attractive digital piano is a well-functioning instrument that is perfect for someone wanting a stylish old-world case on a modern instrument. Come in and see this unusual piano for yourself!

Price: $1499


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Serial Number: 1591

This is truly a historic piano. Beethoven owned one much like this one and Chopin played a Broadwood piano often at his concerts, including his very last concert. In the 18th and 19th centuries the Broadwood was one of the great names in pianos. The serial number 1591 on this instrument was shown as being built during the years between 1795-1800. However the name of the piano company was recorded as changing to John Broadwood & Sons in 1808. Regardless of this conflict, the piano was most likely built between 1775 and 1808. During those years this larger 6'2" size piano built in London could have been an instrument played by Chopin or Beethoven.

Price: $5999


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Serial Number: 1231

This antique style player piano features two leaded glass window panels to the front flanking either side of the piano roll, two sliding doors, ivory tone and black keys, two foot pedals, and carved lion legs. The piano can be played automatically or foot pumped. A cushioned piano bench with a lift top for storage is included.

Price: $1999