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Steinway L
5'10.5" Mahogany and Tulip finish
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Play a Part of History.

An exquisite example of marquetry, this one of a kind Queen Anne Art Case model L features herringbone and starburst inlaid patterns of tulip wood and mahogany. Additionally the beautiful curved legs are enhanced with bronze fittings. The piano was custom built and delivered to a private customer on Park Avenue in New York City just 11 days after it was completed. At less than six feet long the Model L is a superb choice for many homes and smaller performance spaces.

This piano is sold, and was listed for $300,000.

Serial #:251450 Length:5'10.5"
Veneer:Mahogany and Tulip Style:Artcase

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 October 20, 1927 and delivered to a customer in New York two weeks later.


  • Jan 07Harlem Globetrotters play first game.
  • May 05Dmitri Shostakovich's First Symphony premieres.
  • May 20Charles Lindbergh starts the first solo transatlantic flight in the Spirit of St. Louis.
  • Oct 04Carving begins at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.
  • Oct 20Steinway finishes crafting this beautiful grand piano.
  • Dec 27Kern and Hammerstein’s “Show Boat” premieres on Broadway.
  • Learn what other amazing events happened in the world of 1927.


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