This Steinway A-III 6'4'' grand piano was originally crafted in 1919 and has been well cared for. It is a great specimen of Golden Era Steinway craftsmanship and a delightful musical instrument to play.
This instrument has been privately owned for many years by a single customer who maintained it well over the years. The piano appears to have had significant restoration work performed in the past, including a refinished exterior (with the Steinway contemporary fallboard decal), new pinblock, strings, and tuning pins.
The Steinway Model A was redesigned a number of times during its production run, resulting in examples of the Model A existing in three different sizes (6', 6'2'', and 6'4''). The A-III (also known as the 'Long A') is the 6'4'' version which was produced from 1913 to 1945. Its limited production run means that the A-III is the rarest of the different versions of the A, and it is sought-after for its remarkable tone and power. Many have commented that the A-III rivals the Steinway B in volume and tonal output. Some speculate that this is why Steinway reverted to smaller versions of the A in the 1940s, as the A-III presented buyers with a musically attractive alternative to the larger (and more expensive) Model B.
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