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This 1939 STEINWAY S is in pristine condition. At 5' 1" (155 cm), this piano is the smallest of the STEINWAY grands. This design was introduced in the 1930s to invite the majesty of the STEINWAY sound into almost any space.See Photos
If you are looking for a piano that will transform the power of your playing and withstand even the most scrupulous of pianists, then this STEINWAY Model D should be at the heart of your search.See Photos
With the signature Ball & Claw style leg and foot, this one-owner piano is perfect for anyone who appreciates period furniture, timeless styling and the unmistakable sound and touch of a Steinway.See Photos
This one-of-a-kind piano, made in the USA and signed by Henry Z. Steinway, was ordered by a very discriminating designer who wanted something genuinely unique for a very special client.See Photos
The STEINWAY grand is the gold standard of musical instruments, representing over 160 years of dedication to craftsmanship and un-compromised expression.See Photos
This piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size make it perfect for conservatories and many homes as well.See Photos
A beautiful statement in any room, this 1976 STEINWAY M is the perfect instrument for an advancing musician.See Photos
Commissioned by the Fisher family in 1926, this piano is adorned with stunning hand carved legs, music desk, lyre, stretcher and mouldings.See Photos
This piano was lovingly maintained by one-owner, is in exquisite condition, and ready for the next family who aspires to owning one of Steinway’s classic and period-piece instruments.See Photos
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