Steinway & Sons Model B Victorian Concert Grand Piano

Steinway is said to have built some of the finest pianos in history, and this was one of their most elaborate models of the Victorian era.

$95,000
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Specifications
  • YEAR: 1889
  • LENGTH: 6 feet, 10 inches
  • FINISH: Ebony w/ Burl Wood Inlay
  • STATUS: Restored
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This piano was built by Steinway in 1889 during the height of the Victorian era. It is made of the beautiful Empire Revival style with carved legs, music rack and pedal lyre. Note the stunning burl wood inlay around the rim, music rack and key cover! This level of quality and craftsmanship just isn't found in most newer instruments. These “Model B” grand pianos are often considered to be the finest in piano design for the serious musician. This piano has been restored to like new condition inside and out, and is perfect in every detail. A matching bench is included.

 

Steinway pianos of this style and caliber are among the most rare and desirable vintage pianos in history.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

19th Century Steinway Advertisements 19th Century Advertisements For Steinway & Sons Piano Company
20th Century Steinway Advertisements 20th Century Advertisements For The Steinway & Sons Piano Company
Steinway & Sons Catalog 1881 Steinway & Sons Illustrated Sales Catalog. Circa 1881
Steinway & Sons Catalog 1882

Steinway & Sons Illustrated Sales Catalog. Circa 1882

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