ID: #417374

Used Steinway & Sons A-188 - 1912, Grand piano, After Restoration

37,000.00 £
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  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1912
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: Steinway & Sons
  • Model: A-188
  • Height:102
  • Width:147
  • Length:188
  • No. of pedals: 3
  • No. of Keys: 88
  • Serial Number: 157592
  • After Restoration / Rebuilt: After Restoration
  • Renovation year: 1995
  • Colour:Black
  • Gloss level:High Gloss


  • Price: 37,000.00 £
  • Transport included in the price (ground floor): No



A fine example of an original Steinway Model 'A' Grand Piano made in 1912, (Parlour Size) with only 2 owners since new, and cherished by our family since 1943. The piano was reconditioned in 1995 with new plastic keys replacing the worn ivory keys, and completely cleaned, tuned and French Polished. This piano has an excellent tone.

Details: Serial Number: 157592. Black Case with Spade Legs. 88 keys. Weight Approx: 315 kg.

Owner will pay for piano to be tuned after transportation.

Eric Walmsley

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