Pre-Owned Pianos

Steinway & Sons

  • Walnut Satin
  • 42" Console
  • Serial #385271
  • 1964
  • bench included

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This Steinway & Sons Walnut satin 42" upright piano was manufactured in 1964. It is a Model F console upright and was much loved and very well taken care of. The lovely French Provincial case comes with a matching bench. Relatively hard to find, this model is no longer in production.

We have inspected this piano, and it comes with tight pin, no cracks in the wood bridges or soundboard. The next step is reconditioning which will include:

  • Resurfacing the Hammers
  • Aligning Hammers to Strings
  • Leveling Keys, Adjusting Key Dip
  • Adjusting Let-Off & Back Checks
  • Cleaning the Strings & Soundboard
  • Polishing Key Tops
  • Tightening All Action Screws
  • Re-Pinning & Replacing Felts as Needed
  • Tuning
  • Case & Parts Finish Refreshing & Rub-out

We back our work with a 2-year mechanical warranty.

Today, a brand new Walnut satin Steinway of this size costs upwards of $40,000 - here is your chance to have a lovely and affordable Steinway piano in your home or music studio!

Steinway 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.

Although the piano company is no longer run by Mr. Steinweg's descendants, the piano continues to be manufactured in New York. Today the company has branched out to include the Boston and the Essex pianos which are made in Japan (Boston) and China (Essex).

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