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We are America's largest independent retailer of used and rebuilt Steinway’s, with nearly 100 Steinway pianos in our inventory.

Concert Grand ­ Model D
The concert hall standard. Available in a variety of original Victorian and traditional cases. Ebonized, walnut, or rosewood. Length: 8'11" c. 1884 - present (the "Centennial" D from c. 1875-1884 is 8'9").
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Small Concert Grand ­ Model C
Also called a semi-concert grand. The model C was listed in Steinway's catalog through 1905 and was said to be discontinued in 1913. It was made or sold on special order as late as 1936 in New York. This model is still made in Steinway's Hamburg factory. Ebonized, or Rosewood. Available in a variety of original Victorian and traditional cases. Length: 7'5" c. 1886 -1936 (earlier models from c. 1869-1884 are 7'2"). Rosewood Victorian shown
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Music Room Grand ­ Model B
The standard for the professional's home or music studio. Manufactured from 1872 to the present. Ebonized, mahogany, walnut, or rosewood. Available in a variety of original Victorian and traditional cases. Length: 6'11" c. 1884-present (earlier models from c. 1872-1884 are 6'8"). Mahogany Victorian shown.
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Parlor Grand ­ Model A
The smallest of the real grands, it is ideal for the small studio or the home. Model A-I's (c. 1878-1897) have Victorian cases with round tails, round arms and double moldings; model A-II's (c. 1896-1914) and A-III's (c. 1913-1945) have traditional cases with square tails. Ebonized, mahogany, or walnut. Available in a variety of original Victorian and traditional cases. Length: 6'1" c. 1878-1914, model A-III 6'4 ½" c. 1913-1945. Pianos shown: mahogany Victorian with "tulip" legs and harp-shaped lyre; ebony Victorian with "fireplug" legs and lyre.
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Steinway"Living Room" Grand ­ Models L and O
The largest of the "baby" grands. Early model O's (c.1900-1913) have a round tail, round arms and double moldings; later model O's (c. 1914-1924) have a round tail and square arms; model L's (c. 1923-present) have a square tail and square arms. The model O is still made in Steinway's Hamburg factory. Ebonized, mahogany, or walnut. Length: 5'10 ½". Pianos shown: mahogany with round arms and double molding; ebony with square arms.
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Medium Grand ­ Model M
Popular mid-sized baby grand. Ebonized, mahogany, or walnut. Length: 5'7" c.1911-present.
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Baby Grand ­ Model S
Steinway's smallest baby grand, fits almost anywhere. Ebonized, mahogany, or walnut. Length: 5'1" c. 1935 - present.
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Special Furniture Styles ­ Louis XV
Elegantly curved, hand-carved legs and lyre recall the
splendor of 18th century France. Mahogany or walnut. Available at various times in models S, M, L, A, and B from approximately 1910 ­ present. Mahogany Model A shown.
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Special Furniture Styles ­ Rococo
One of a kind design, custom crafted in 1925 for a prominent New York family.
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