Steinway & Sons A
6'2" Mahogany Satin Grand - Serial #99571 - 1900, Fully restored in 1997
Built in 1900 and restored by RPI in 1997, this preowned 6'2" model A Steinway & Sons grand has been reconditioned and is ready to be enjoyed by a new family.
Back in 1997 it was completely restored, and had all new Renner actions parts, hammers, key bushings and damper felts, as well as a new soundboard, bridge caps, strings and pinblock. It was refinished to show the beautiful mahogany grain which looks fantastic on this Victorian style case. This piano has a gorgeous sound and plays like a dream. What a wonderful Instrument!
This Mahogany Satin, Victorian case Steinway A comes with a matching artist bench and has been inspected and reconditioned in our restoration center by our expert technicians. This included:
- Resurfacing the Hammers
- Aligning Hammers to Strings
- Leveling Keys, Adjusting Key Dip
- Adjusting Let-off and Backchecks
- Cleaning the Strings & Soundboard
- Polishing the Keytops
- Tightening All the Action Screws
- Tuning and Voicing
- Case Refreshing & Rub-out
- Polishing Nickel hardware
New, the cost is over $100,000. Listed here is a great piano for less than half the price!
Steinway Piano History
Steinway & Sons was established in Manhattan in New York in 1853 by Heinrich Steinweg, a German piano maker who immigrated from Germany in 1850. The company has grown to be one of the most prominent piano manufacturing companies today, has won numerous awards, and is perhaps the most recognized name in the world of pianos today.
You will not be disappointed with a Steinway in your living room or music studio!
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