1928 Steinway Model A Duo-Art Player Piano, restored in 1975 and in excellent playing condition. The Duo-Art mechanism is not currently working, but the piano plays well. Comes with the original matching Steinway bench. THIS PIANO HAS BEEN SOLD
1893 C. BECHSTEIN 6'-8" Parlor Grand, recently restored and tuned. This magnificent piano will make a perfect addition to a historic residence or museum. Rosewood finish with original ivory keys, 85 note keyboard. New strings, pins and block, perfect original soundboard, rebuilt action. This fine piano is currently in our showroom for your inspection. Please call today for an appointment to see this magnificent historic instrument. 803-243-4673
STEINWAY MODEL "O" IS NOW BACK IN PENNSYLVANIA Magnificently restored 1904 Steinway & Sons Model O Grand Piano; 5'-10.5" length with brand new spruce soundboard, new pin block, tuning pins, strings, hammers, dampers, flanges, completely refinished in satin ebony, polished nickel pedals and hinges. Comes with a new artist's bench. The piano is from the New York/Pennsylvania area and has been restored by noted piano tenician Jason Andino of Pennsburg, PA.
1935 Baldwin Concert Grand Piano from Los Angeles. Purchased new by a church and in service there for 80 years. Traded in on a new piano in 2015 to Ben Knauer Pianos in California. A fantastic concert grand with new hammers and updated action. This is the magnificent Baldwin sound from the golden era which made these pianos competitive with Steinway and Mason & Hamlin. A fantastic bargain at only $14,995.00!
Magnificent 1914 Mason & Hamlin BB1 7' Grand Piano from the Manhattan School of Music in New York. This piano has been maintained at a top level by the school and can be inspected in our Camden showroom. Huge bass with a clear treble section, this piano is the perfect addition to your living room or a church sanctuary. An adjustable artist's bench is included.
A fantastic bargain on a concert grand piano for a church, performing arts center, school, or professional musician, this piano was one of the last pianos built by C. Kurtzman & Co. of Buffalo, NY (est. 1848) before it was sold to Wurlitzer in 1935. 9' length. Ebonized. Plays beautifully with a big, rich, well-balanced sound!