The Golden Era of Baldwin
1989 Baldwin M Ebony 5’2” Serial #286091
1984 Baldwin R Ebony 5’8” Serial #257360
1980 Baldwin L Walnut 6’3” Serial #239979
The Baldwin Grand Piano of the late 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s 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 totally, structurally impeccable, and technologically advanced. The instruments have been tuned, regulated, and voiced by a Registered Piano Technician of the PIano Technicians Guild to perform at a superior level as expected from such pianos.
Mason & Hamlin
Model A 5’8” Walnut Serial #71986
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 instrument, built in 1967 in East Rochester, New Yor, has had only 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.
Steinway & Sons
Model M 5’7” Mahogany Serial #349291
This beautiful instrument is a prime example of Steinway & Sons quality both musically and structurally when the Steinway family owned the company, which they founded in 1853. In fact, this piano was built in 1955, the same year that Henry Z. Steinway, the last family member at the help, became the President of Steinway & Sons. Steinway was sold to Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) in 1972 and ownership has changed several times since 1972. This piano is totally original from the standpoint of parts with the exception of replacing the bass strings with new Steinway 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.
We believe that pianos are more than just an instrument. They are an investment in art. It is a privilege for us to be able to showcase several rare, collectible pianos with impressive provenance right in our showroom!
Below you’ll find more information on these museum-quality pieces. Come visit in person to see these masterpieces and learn more about the stories that make them so special.
Steinway 150th Anniversary Edition
Historic 150th Anniversary Steinway Semi-Concert grand Model B Finished in East Indian Rosewood build in Steinway’s 150th year — 2003. Pristine, original immaculate like-new condition with matching East Indian Rosewood Bench. A very rare collectible historic masterpiece of both musical and visual art! This piano is available for sale, please call Chris Fulk for complete information at (336) 724-9612 or (336) 577-1954.
Vintage 1925 Steinway A3
This vintage Steinway Model A3 Grand piano performs as if it were a 7-foot Semi-Concert Grand, but measures only 6’4” long. Made in 1925 and fully rebuilt since, the ebony finish gives it a striking look that would look truly grand against any style of decor.
Personalized Steinway Model M
Steinway Model M 5’7” Mahogany grand piano serial number 420954: This instrument was selected at the Steinway New York factory, for the original owner, by John Steinway in 1970 when the Steinway family still owned and managed Steinway & Sons. The piano is in excellent, expertly maintained condition and is totally original without any modification. This piano is available for sale, please call Chris Fulk for complete information at (336) 724-9612 or (336) 577-1954.
Vintage Steinway Model L
Owned by a musician, this vintage Steinway Model L Grand piano measures in at 5’10.5″. It retains its beautiful ebony finish but has been expertly refurbished, restrung, and action reconditioned. New hammers were added and the piano has been meticulously regulated and voiced. This is truly a magnificent instrument!
Vintage Steinway circa 1867
Originally built in 1867, this amazing vintage patent Grand piano from Steinway measures a statuesque 7’2” in length. Records suggest that this very piano was made for the Wanamakers, a prestigious Philadelphia family who founded the department store by the same name.
Rare Erard circa 1887
While Erard doesn’t currently manufacture pianos, they were one of the first piano makers to exist and grew from the love of one musician and instrument maker Sebastian Erard. This Concert Grand Piano was built in 1887 and handcrafted in France out of ornate rosewood, and this piano is totally original — no rebuilds!
Rare Ascherberg-Perzina Grand Piano
Unique restored Ascherberg-Perzina Grand Piano formerly owned by Count Numa Labinsky, co-founder and chairman of Nimbus Records. Count Labinsky was born to Russian and French parents in Birmingham, England in June of 1925 and was also a celebrated concertizing singer in both bass and alto register, a poet, painter, writer, and artistic catalyst. A very rare grand piano by German and Austrian Makers which accompanied Count Labinsky on tour. It was later used at the Nimbus recording studios in Monmouthshire, England and summer concerts held at the Count’s Wyastone Leyes Estate conducted by the renowned William Boughton. This piano is available for sale, please call Chris Fulk for complete information at (336) 724-9612 or (336) 577-1954.
Rare Vintage Steinway Model M
This is a lovely Vintage Steinway Model M ebony satin piano from Steinway’s golden era. This beautifully refurbished 5’7” grand piano has been refinished, restrung and has new hammers and dampers, new key tops and ebony sharps. It is serial number 215023 and is the 23rd piano completed in 1923.