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Steinway & Sons, model O Sheraton, 5’10½” Grand/ Bench, serial # 147554

49,989.00 $
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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1910
  • New / Used:Used
  • Valid warranty:Yes
  • Manufacturer: Steinway & Sons
  • Model: O-180
  • Width:146
  • Length:180
  • No. of pedals: 3
  • No. of Keys: 88
  • Serial Number: 147554
  • Renovation year: 2017
  • Ivory Keys: Ivory Keys
  • Humidity Control System
  • Colour:Wood (Transparent Lacquer)
  • Veneer:Mahogany (bright)
  • Decorative elements:Other decorative elements
  • Finish type:Polyester
  • Gloss level:High Gloss

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  • Price: 49,989.00 $
  • Transport included in the price (ground floor): No

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PIANO: Steinway & Sons, model O Sheraton, 5’10½” Grand/ Bench, serial # 147554

Finish: High Polished Honduras Mahogany in special Art-Case design

Description: This is one of the most rare Steinway & Sons model O, 5’10” grands in a special Art Case with double gated legs and stretcher connecting legs and lyre. This is the special (Sketch No. 617a “Sheraton,”) corresponds to a New York Grand Model O Honduras Mahogany, Sketch No. 617a “Sheraton,” completed on December 3, 1910, and shipped to former dealer Cluett & Sons of Albany, New York, on June 5, 1911. From my research, there may have been 2 to 4 made EVER!! This piano was purchased in 1994, completely rebuilt and refinished a new soundboard from Beethoven Pianos in NYC. The owners were professional artists who collected very fine things and moved from Cambridge, NY to Virginia and had to part with the piano. This is an incredible find in a piano from the Golden Age of Steinway. If new, this piano would cost easily over $130,000.if the wood were available which it is not! It is truly a magnificent instrument and a museum piece. One of the best sounding and playing pianos you can find—a true musician’s instrument—and a buy of a lifetime!


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