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Steinway C
7'5" Rosewood finish
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Play a Part of History.

Although still made in Hamburg, Model C Steinways that were made in the U.S. are extraordinarily rare. The Model C was made in New York from 1869 until 1936. Perfect for venues requiring the power and clarity of a Model D but a slightly smaller footprint. This particular piano features an original carved note rack, and distinctive Victorian “flower pot” legs. Given the Model C’s scarcity it is not only a superb instrument, but also a sound investment.

This piano is sold, and was listed for $150,000.

Serial #:66372 Length:7' 5"
Veneer:Rosewood Style:Victorian

Past. Present. Future.

Authenticating the past for each of our Steinway pianos is critical to its future and restoration. According to Steinway’s records, this piano was finished on June 19, 1891 and delivered to a dealer in Chicago.


1891

  • May 05Music Hall (Carnegie Hall) opens in NY, Tchaikovsky as guest conductor.
  • Jun 19Steinway finishes crafting this beautiful grand piano.
  • Aug 24Thomas Edison patents motion picture camera.
  • Sep 20The first gasoline-powered car debuts in Springfield, Massachusetts.
  • Oct 01In California, Stanford University opens its doors.
  • Dec 15James Naismith invents the game of basketball.
  • Learn what other amazing events happened in the world of 1891.

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Once your piano is delivered, we give you 30 days to play it and make sure everything is exactly as you wish. If not, simply let us know, and we will pick up the piano and give you a full refund. Additionally, when you buy a restored piano from Lindeblad you can, at any time in the future, exchange that piano for another of our pianos and apply the full price you paid to the exchange.

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