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The Louis XV Model M has been a favorite of Steinway's Special Collection series for generations. Its elegantly carved cabinet will be a striking visual centerpiece in any setting. Originally created in 1967 in New York, this piano was well-preserved by its previous owners and is a wonderful instrument. With comparable new pianospriced over $138,000, you'll undoubtedly appreciate the value afforded by this lovely specimen.
A highlight of this piano is its rare light walnut cabinet, which will be a welcome addition to a room in which the more typical darker wood finishes won't do. It's a great compliment to the instrument's unique decorative figurations.
This piano appears to have all original Steinway parts intact and in very sound working order. It is an enjoyable piano to play, with a rich and smooth tone that has the complexity one expects from a Steinway.
The elegance of 18th-century France is reproduced in this delicately handcarved instrument made of beautiful walnut wood in the rare Louis XV carved style, including the legs and molding. Even the top lid of the piano is scalloped in beautiful detail.
At 5'7" (170cm) in length, this piano's rich tone and responsive action is found not only in a great many homes, but in many schools of music and conservatories as well. Called the "Medium" grand, there is nothing medium about the sound from this instrument.
For over 150 years, Steinway & Sons have been making the finest handmade pianos in the world and have set an uncompromising standard for sound, touch, beauty and investment value. Preferred overwhelmingly by 9 out 10 concert artists, composers, performers and countless piano enthusiasts.
The lid of this piano exhibits some minor cosmetic lightening due to sun exposure; this is an extremely common occurrence in wood-finish Steinways and should not likely diminish the overall visual presentation in most settings.
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