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Find the Value of a New or Used Piano

By February 5, 2014

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Many factors decide the value of your piano; one of the biggest factors being its overall condition. A qualified piano technician can take an in-depth look at your instrument, and give you a fairly accurate dollar amount, and sometimes proof of appraisal.

To find your piano's value yourself, you'll need to do most of the legwork yourself. This guide will teach you how to determine the value of your piano, and spot some common signs of damage:


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May 13, 2013 at 6:37 pm
(1) phyllis bussmann says:

I have a used Starr piano for sale in KC and want to sell it. We bought it in the early 70′s. We were told that it was one of the latest pianos that had the real ivory keys. I want to sell it, and have no clue what to ask. We paid 300 dollars for it in the early 70s. I live in Bloomington, IL and our adult kids took it with them over 10 years ago so the kids could have piano lessons.

May 19, 2013 at 9:29 pm
(2) connie says:

We have an Uxbridge Piano with serial number 6062, ivory keys and last tuned in 2003. It belonged to my mother-in-law who taught all my kids how to play. we are not sure of the value, whether to sell or donate to a museum.

August 17, 2013 at 5:22 pm
(3) Karen Richter says:

I have a 1903 Wm Knabe piano and want to kno what it is worth?

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