ID: #418608

Used Steinway & Sons M-170 - 1924, Grand piano, After Restoration

59,900.00 $
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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1924
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: Steinway & Sons
  • Model: M-170
  • Width:146
  • Length:170
  • Action: Vien - grand piano
  • No. of pedals: 3
  • No. of Keys: 88
  • Serial Number: 225012
  • After Restoration / Rebuilt: After Restoration
  • Renovation year: 2018
  • Colour:Other
  • Veneer:Ebony
  • Decorative elements:Other decorative elements
  • Finish type:Polyester
  • Gloss level:High Gloss

Price

  • Price: 59,900.00 $
  • Transport included in the price (ground floor): No

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Steinway
1924 M 5’7″ In Customized Finish | $59,900

This custom-designed Steinway Model M (serial number 225012) measures 5’7″ and was rebuilt by one of the master rebuilders in Los Angeles. The rebuilder has a reputation for not cutting corners to increase profits and this special edition instrument is a glorious example of his craftsmanship.

Featuring a “hidden beauty” design, the piano stands out through the use of carbon fiber inlays to create a hologram-like appearance under the lid, around the inside of the rim, and on the fallboard. The traditional gold-colored plate has a dramatic new profile: it’s been painted black and finished with nickel trim and the original Steinway information hand-lettered as a backdrop. The overall effect is subtle yet stunning.

The action has been completely rebuilt using certified parts along with the pin block. The hammers and strings are all new and meet the right criteria to make this a formidable instrument in anyone’s talent. This piano is a work of art that has to be seen in person to fully appreciate; but you’ll also fall in love with the touch and tone – it’s an absolutely superb, top-of-the-line Steinway.

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R. Kassman Piano, United States, 94710 Berkeley, California, 843 Gilman St, (+1) 510-558-0765


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