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$45,000. Serial #85862. This 1896 Steinway B was one of the easiest pianos to restore of any I have worked on. Everything went right. It has a new pin block, new Bolduc soundboard, New Mapes Gold, strings, New Renner action. The original ivory keys are perfect.

Sometimes a piano comes out perfect. While we were working on this piano Jupiter must have been aligned with Mars. This piano possesses a perfect blend of tonal warmth, richness, and power. Every pianist should have a chance to play a piano like this.
$39,999. Serial #143731. 1910 satin ebony 5' 10" grand piano. Restored.
$70,000. Serial #13824. This Mason and Hamlin CC. concert grand was made in 1902. It was number 13 of 17 ever produced. It spent 20 years in Mason and Hamlin's concert program. Now it is a 9 ft. 4 in. satin ebony concert grand that has been completely restored with Renner action parts, Bolduc soundboard and Bosendorfer hammers. This is a wonderful piano! It has a very different voice from a Steinway concert grand. It is powerful, but controllable with a large dynamic range. The middle partials cause a rumble that can be felt through your hands into the rest of your body. This piano is going to make someone very, very happy.
Call 914.476.6704 to view this gorgeous Rosewood Steinway D Concert Grand Piano and more pianos in the showroom of Craftsman Piano Sales and Restoration Company, Yonkers, NY.
$17,990. Serial #47959. This 1909 satin ebony luster Victorian Broadwood grand piano has been rebuilt and refinished. I decided to save the vintage soundboard because the piano sounded great in original condition. We did, however, change the pin block, the strings, and the hammers and shanks. I decided to use Abel hammers to get a crystalline bell like European sound. The result surpassed my expectations. This is a really good sounding piano. It will make some pianist very, very happy. Broadwood pianos are famous in Europe. They should be famous in the US as well.
$45,000. Serial #85862. This 1896 Steinway B was one of the easiest pianos to restore of any I have worked on. Everything went right. It has a new pin block, new Bolduc soundboard, New Mapes Gold, strings, New Renner action. The original ivory keys are perfect.

Sometimes a piano comes out perfect. While we were working on this piano Jupiter must have been aligned with Mars. This piano possesses a perfect blend of tonal warmth, richness, and power. Every pianist should have a chance to play a piano like this.
$39,999. Serial #211898. 1922 5' 10" satin mahogany grand piano. Restored.