George Steck Reproducing Player Grand Piano

These Reproducing grand pianos were a luxury only afforded by the very wealthy during the ‘tween, ‘twenties and ‘thirties.

$45,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
DEPOSITS: The restoration of this instrument has not been completed. A 30% deposit is required on instruments pending restoration. This deposit holds the instrument and keeps it from being offered to another clients, and it also makes that piano's restoration a priority. Once we complete the restoration, we invite the client to visit our shop to see and hear the piano. If the client is unable to visit our shop, we will send professional photos and videos of the piano for review. The client then has the option of paying the balance and purchasing the piano, transferring their balance to another piano in our shop, or getting a full refund for their deposit. The client is never at risk.
For Sale
Pay a 30% deposit per item
YEAR: 1922
LENGTH: 5 feet, 8 inches
FINISH: Book Matched Walnut Wood
STATUS: Currently Undergoing Restoration

This is a rare model George Steck Duo-Art Reproducing Player Grand Piano. George Steck was one of America's older and more renoun piano builders, and the firm was known to build very high-quality, expensive pianos.
The Duo-Art Reproducing Piano was a specialized type of player piano that played with expression like a real person. Most player pianos rely on the person sitting at the piano to control the speed and dynamics, while a reproducing player piano has extra perforations in the music roll that control all dynamics from within, hence “reproducing” a live performance.
During the 'teens and 'twenties period, a piano like this would have cost about as much as a small house, making a Reproducing grand player piano a luxury that only a wealthy few could afford.
This piano is made of beautiful book-matched walnut, and is of the traditional style. It is being restored to like new condition inside and out. A matching walnut bench is included.