1967 Steinway Console

1967 Steinway Console
  • Serial: 404317
  • Style: Louis XV
  • Finish: Mahogany
  • Size: 3'6"
  • Status: Sold
Price: Sold

This beautiful Louis XV style Steinway console has been refinished and comes with a matching bench.

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Restoration Details

This piano has been restored with the following work:

  • Hand rubbed lacquer finished cabinet and bench
  • Hardware polished
  • Original action parts reconditioned and meticulously regulated
  • Strings tuned to A440 concert pitch

Restoration Details

This piano has been restored with the following work:

  • Hand rubbed lacquer finished cabinet and bench
  • Hardware polished
  • Original action parts reconditioned and meticulously regulated
  • Strings tuned to A440 concert pitch

We Ship to the Entire U.S.

Moving van

We handle all the shipping details for you using reliable movers that specialize in handling pianos. Our movers are fully insured, specifically trained, highly experienced, and equipped with purpose-built tools. We contract these proven professionals to transport your instrument with the care it deserves.

You can count on us to restore your piano with excellence and make sure it returns to you safely in perfect condition.

30-Day Full Return Policy

We're confident that when a piano we've restored arrives at your home, you'll fall in love with it. But we also appreciate that it can feel like a big risk to choose and buy a piano when you're too far away to visit our showroom.

We are happy to give you 30 days from the delivery day to change your mind. If your piano arrives and you notice something amiss, let us know immediately and we'll work to find the remedy to the problem and leave you delighted. If that's not possible, and you're certain you find the piano disappointing, then we'll return you the full purchase price and have our piano movers come back to pick up the piano.

In addition, we always offer 100% trade-in value on the pianos we sell. This offer stands for the life of your piano. At any time, you can trade your piano in to us and we'll apply your entire purchase price to your choice of another piano from our inventory.

The bottom line is that we do not leave customers feeling unhappy. We simply feel it's wrong. And having a disappointed customer leaves us feeling disappointed. So buy from us feeling confident that we'll work hard to take care of you.

10 Year Warranty

This piano comes with a 10-year warranty, and a 5-year warranty on the soundboard.

Trade-Ins Welcome

If you currently have a piano, please mention it to us. We're always happy to work out a trade-in value with you.

Buy With Confidence

Why Us? There’s more to it than just really amazing pianos. Here are five of the many reasons to choose a piano from us.

1. Serving since 1920. We’ve been in the piano business for over 90 years. We’re not going anywhere. Our longevity and experience means that we're good at what we do, and we'll be around to service our warranty and to take care of you.

2. Delivery anywhere. We have worked with thousands of clients out of state. View a collection of videos from our many satisfied customers. Also, we’ll deliver any of our pianos from our door to yours for $475 using professional piano movers.

3. 30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If your piano arrives and you notice something amiss, let us know immediately and we'll work to remedy the problem and leave you delighted. If that's not possible, and you're certain you find the piano disappointing, then we'll return you the full purchase price and have our piano movers come back to pick it up.

4. Our warranties. Our pianos come with both 10 or 20 year warranties – more than most piano dealers.

5. Lifetime trade-in policy. We always offer 100% trade-in value on the pianos we sell. This offer stands for the life of your piano. At any time, you can trade your piano in to us and we'll apply your entire purchase price to your choice of another piano from our inventory.

Restored is Best

Most people start their piano shopping knowing only two options: get a new piano, or a used one. There’s a better choice: buy a restored piano.

A restored piano is most commonly a vintage, quality brand name piano like Steinway, Mason & Hamlin, Knabe, Chickering and a few select others that is completely disassembled by hand and painstakingly rebuilt piece by piece. Old, worn parts are replaced with high quality new ones, but with careful attention to meeting original specifications. Then a lustrous, new finish is added to the cabinet. When done, the instrument looks and sounds just like when it was brand new. In fact, you’ll think it’s straight off the showroom floor!

A restored piano presents an opportunity for you to own the highest quality instrument at an extremely affordable price. In fact, you can own a restored Steinway piano—arguably the best in the world—for around half the cost of a new one. It’s an incredible value that is increasingly attracting buyers.

A new Steinway grand piano today costs around $60,000 whereas buying a restored Steinway grand piano is around half that. And there are other advantages as well. Vintage Steinway pianos (generally built in 1945 and before) are constructed of solid, naturally seasoned wood and many possess real ivory covered keyboards. They also feature elegant cabinets with beautiful veneers and sometimes, intricate engravings.

Skilled artisans invest many hours of painstaking work into the process that takes several months to finish. Yet, when complete, the beautifully restored piano will look and sound like it's right off the showroom floor.

We have a selection of the most respected brands that are absolutely breathtaking. And their affordability may surprise you.

Better Investment

As an investment, restored pianos appreciate in value. And a vintage instrument presents an even shrewder investment opportunity. Take for example one of our former customers, Alan Fox. When he purchased a 1923 Steinway grand piano with an African mahogany wood cabinet that we helped him find, he was simply looking for a superlative instrument for his New Jersey home. But the instrument that cost him $15,000 in 1996 is worth twice that today. A new Steinway that retailed for around $33,600 at the time would have inched up to a present value of slightly over $36,000

Optional Add-ons

We want you to enjoy your Steinway or other vintage piano as much and as long as possible. Here are two popular accessories that increase its use and life so that you can enjoy it for years to come.

QRS Pianomation

The QRS Pianomation lets you insert a CD, play off the hard drive or hook up an iPod and relax while the piano plays itself. It features an orchestration option that lets you hear other instruments as well and allows the piano to play along as part of the band. Speakers underneath have adjustable volume controls that capture the subtle nuances of Mozart to provide soft dinner music or will rock loud with the party. You can also use it to record and play back what you just played.

For more information contact us or visit the QRS Pianomation website.

Pianodisc IQ

The Pianodisc IQ Intelligent Player system is also a powerful player system. The advantage of this system is it can play your music directly from your own ipod. The Pianodisc IQ can also be integrated with your home audio system.

For more information contact us or visit the Pianodisc website.

Live Performance - LX

The LX system is unrivaled in actual sound quality and emotion. The LX boats 256 different pedal positions and 1020 dynamic levels translating into an uncompromising sound quality.

For more information contact us or visit the Live Performance website.

Dampp-Chaser

Humidity is the number one enemy for a piano. If not held in check, it causes sticky keys, sluggish action, cracked soundboard, damaged pin block, rusted strings, and rusted pins. The Dampp-Chaser climate control system utilizes a de-humidifier during the humid summer months and a humidifier during the dry winter months to maintain your piano at an average of 42% relative humidity as recommended by major piano manufacturers.

It's all attached underneath where you can't see it and protects the life, the performance and the rich sound of your piano.

Please contact us for more details.