Our family's old 1934 figured mahogany Steinway would not stay in tune any more, so we had it fixed up. The Piano Shop did what they call "restringing," He was very specific what that meant. They replaced the worn out pin block, put in all new pins and strings, and refinished the sound board and the cast iron harp, using the exact color that Steinway uses. It looks absolutely beautiful inside, just like new. They also sanded and buffed the original finish, so it really shines now outside as well. The original ivory keys are in absolutely fantastic condition! We are moving, and cannot take the piano along, so it must sell. We are willing to accept serious offers. As a point of comparison, new Steinways that are this size (5'11") that have the mahogany finish run around $90,000.00! We were advised that the work was necessary if we wanted to be able to sell it, so we hope they were right!
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