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How do you date a piano?
After lifting up the lid, look along the top front area of the plate. The serial number may be to the right or the left, or in the middle. 2) Under the opened lid on the ledge, stamped on a little plaque, to the right or to the left. 3) Stamped on the back of the piano; near the top of the wood frame.
Is it illegal to sell a piano with ivory keys?
They are brittle and prone to uneven discoloration. Many tuners, technicians and stores also have an overabundance of ivory key-tops available to them from old used pianos (many times the piano even disposed or given away for free, with the ivories intact). And on top of all this, ivory is illegal to sell or trade.
Which pianos hold their value?
Which Pianos Hold Value The Most Or Appreciate? Grand pianos typically hold value the most. This is mainly because they are so expensive that they are considered a valuable asset. Steinway pianos are generally the most expensive and they tend to hold their value the most.
How to find the age of a Weber Piano?
Find your the age of your Weber Piano by locating the serial number in the chart below. Having trouble locating the serial number? Visit our Serial Numbers page for assistance — CLICK HERE
Who is the owner of the Weber Piano Company?
In 1932, Weber associated with Eolian Co. signing a contract with the company that oversees the manufacture of over twenty piano brands. In 1987, Young Chang acquired the company and still continues the legacy of producing one of the finest pianos in the world.
How can I find out the age of my piano?
– FIND THE AGE & SERIAL NUMBER OF YOUR PIANO Some p iano manufacturers place serial numbers in various places. The age of your piano is determined by the Serial Number. Pianos also have numbers other than serial numbers, such is the case with part or patent numbers.
Where to find the serial number on a grand piano?
To locate the serial number on a grand piano, take the music desk off. It’s usually stamped on the pinblock here. Also look on the soundboard, many of the manufacturers will include it inside one of the “windows” in the plate. After you have located the manufacturer’s name and the serial number, you have two options.