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Below, is a list of restored Steinway grand pianos and used Steinway Pianos that are in good to excellent condition. For more information about these instruments, pictures, descriptions, you must contact Maestro's Music International. Call 248-830-1430.
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I have a 1921 "M" scaled Steinway "XR" formerly a reproducer. Unfortunately the player unit is gone. It was restrung and refinished about 20 years ago. The keytops are plastic - no longer Ivory. The soundboard is absolutely PERFECT!!! - no cracks with good crown. The action still plays. This will make a good Steinway for someone who plays for their own entertainment and does not want a Chinese piano.
$6,500 as-is/where-is. Contact us for details and images.
A 1923 Steinway model "O" is available for a wholesale price. This instrument was rebuilt by Case Brothers (the Steinway dealer in Spartenburg, SC) about 15 years ago. They replaced all the action parts with genuine NY Steinway parts. The piano was restrung with a new pin block installed and the original soundboard was repaired with care and integrity. The case has stylish window pane legs and was refinished at that time too. There is a Steinway bench with this piano. And now the best part, it has its original Ivory keys in very nice condition.
It's located in Greenville, SC 29615. $12,500 as-is/where-is. Call 248-830-1430 or email email@example.com for details or more images.
Own this rare and remarkable Steinway for $36,500 (as-is) delivered anywhere is the continental U.S.
A 1929 6'4" Louis XV Mahagony Steinway model "A" is available as is or restored again. It was re-strung, refinished and the action was rebuilt in the 50s. Since then, the bottom of the action (the repetitions) was replace with German Steinway parts. The 1950s hammers and shanks are still there. It plays well and the sound is terrific. There is also a matching bench. Call or email Maestro's Music for more details.
The following image of the restored 1918 Art-Cased Steinway "B" was commissioned to Schmeig, Hungate & Kotsian by Steinway & Sons for Harry Harkness of the esteemed Harkness family. For information on Harry Harkness and the provenance of this unique Legendary Steinway, contact Michael McGuire RPT at Maestro's Music International.
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