When shopping for a used Steinway piano, you will want to take into consideration its age.By determining the age of the piano, you will have a better understanding of its history, features, and condition.
This is a Steinway that has had parts repaired over time without replacing any major components.
The piano has been maintained and is still capable of being played daily, but major parts will likely need replacing in the near future.
Many piano rebuilders use inferior non-Steinway parts, seriously compromising an instrument’s performance and investment value.
For more than 160 years, Steinway & Sons has been on a continuing quest to improve the Steinway piano.
Anyone with a serial number from any Steinway piano can contact Steinway & Sons or their local Steinway dealer for the information on a specific Steinway, including the model, original finish, completion date, and the dealer to whom it was first shipped.