The Crown Jewel Steinway S in Cherry

This beautiful Crown Jewel Steinway S in Cherry is a peak example craftsmanship. Each Steinway Crown Jewel is an original handcrafted work of art, unique in all the world. Crown Jewel pianos are encased magnificent woods, prized for their exquisite color and grain. Steinway and Sons craftspeople meticulously match the grain from one end of the piano to the other — even across the beveled edge of the lid. Individually distinguished with a special Limited Edition medallion indicating its uniqueness, a Crown Jewel is a Steinway that truly makes itself heard even before you touch the keys.

Model B Ebony, 7′ Semi-Concert Grand

“The Perfect Piano” is what the Steinway Model B is often referred to as, which is a very apt name for this piano. First introduced in 1878 and based on it’s ancestor the Monitor Grand (Style 1), they have been in constant production since, in both Steinway’s New York and Hamburg Factories.
 

It is a perfect blend of size, power, and complete versatility. All traits that make it a wonderful choice to place anywhere. An intimate setting, a studio, or even a grand concert hall. Which means wherever you decide to place this B, it will be right at home.

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Model O Ebony 5’10 1/2″

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Steinway Patent Grand

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Baldwin L Walnut 6’3″

 

The Baldwin Grand Piano of the late 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s and early 1990’s possessed technological innovations which provide for consistency of superb tone quality in every piano built. These were patented innovations, which are not now available in any new pianos currently being built. These pianos are refined tonally, structurally impeccable, and technologically advanced. The instruments have been tuned, regulated and voiced by a Register Piano Technician of the Piano Technicians Guild to perform at superior level expected from such pianos.

Baldwin L Ebony 6’3″

The Baldwin Grand Piano of the late 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s and early 1990’s possessed technological innovations which provide for consistency of superb tone quality in every piano built. These were patented innovations, which are not now available in any new pianos currently being built. These pianos are refined tonally, structurally impeccable, and technologically advanced. The instruments have been tuned, regulated and voiced by a Register Piano Technician of the Piano Technicians Guild to perform at superior level expected from such pianos.

Baldwin R226 Cherry Finish

This rare, beautiful Baldwin R226 is an example of superb Baldwin craftsmanship. The ornately carved French legs and Cherry finish makes it prized amongst the others from the Golden Era of Baldwin pianos.

C. Bechstein Model 8 Concert Vertical

 

“The King of Uprights” The C. Bechstein Model 8 Concert Vertical Piano in Satin Walnut Finish. Measuring at 51.6″ in height it was handcrafted in Germany in 1982 when the American Baldwin Company owned the German Bechstein Company (1963-1986). This instrument is Bechstein’s flagship upright of which they are very proud. Many musicians consider it to be the finest design, from a musical dynamic range standpoint, of an upright piano available. This piano was built with the same care and precision of their world renowned Concert Grand and Semi-Concert Grand pianos which are awarded the name C. Bechstein in honor of Carl Bechstein the founder of the Bechstein Piano Company in 1853.
 
This particular instrument is in immaculate condition, both musically, structurally, and cosmetically, and does not appear to have been used extensively but properly maintained. For practical purposes it is in like new condition. Handcrafted, musically impressively designed, pianos built by an esteemed builders, such as Bechstein, have significant useful longevity if not subjected to environmental conditions or extensive use. This instrument shows no evidence of either.

 

 

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Boston GP163 Ebony Polish


Our Boston GP163 standing at 5’4″ is small enough to fit in any home, but possesses the sound of a much larger grand, thanks to its wide tail design.
 
All Boston grand pianos have duplex scaling – one of the most famous inventions by Steinway & Sons, which provides a full, balanced and especially long-lasting tone. The Agraffe duplex construction provides a rich array of overtones and harmonic diversity.
 
This Boston is in pristine condition, from it’s glossy ebony finish down to it’s beautiful brass wheels and would make a beautiful edition to any home.

Young Chang Y150 Ebony Polish With QRS PNOmation

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Steinway 140th Anniversary Model M 5’7″ Walnut

This piano is encased in immaculately beautiful Walnut. Built in 1993 During Steinway’s 140th Anniversary celebration it is a rare beauty structurally, musically, and cosmetically. Complete with a unique dated stamped plate, commemorating the anniversary.

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Kawai KG-1E 5’5″ Ebony Polish


A beautiful Kawai built in 1992. This is a great size piano allowing it to offer a richer sound than a baby grand, yet not so large as to overwhelm a room. It has a beautiful warm tone and has been well maintained to and is in a like new condition.

Kawai RX2 Mahogany Sapele 

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Mason & Hamlin Model A 5’8″ Walnut

The Model A is a remarkable piano scale design in that it sounds, performs, and projects as if it were a much longer instrument. This particular piano, built in 1967 in East Rochester, New York, has only had one previous owner and is totally original with the exception of the installation of new bass strings. The instrument has been tuned, regulated, and voiced by a Registered Piano Technician of the Piano Technicians Guild to perform at a superior level, expected from such a piano.

Albert Weber AW185 Ebony Polish

History: Established in 1852 by Albert Weber in New York. The company became part of Young Chang in 1986 and in 2006 was purchased by Hyundai Development Company. American designer Del Fandrich has redesigned both Young Chang and Weber lines. Presently Young Chang has divided the line of pianos into three parts: Weber, Weber Sovereign and Albert Weber collections. AW is part of the Albert Weber series built in Korea.

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Renner action ~ German Adolf bass strings ~ Beech pinblock ~ Agraffe construction ~ Abel hammers ~ Soft glide fallboard ~ Vacuum processed iron plate ~ German Roeslau wire ~ 10 Year warranty

 

Young Chang Concert Grand

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Ibach Grand

 

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Kimbal Small Grand

 

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