Steinway

Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853 by German immigrant Henry Engelhard Steinway in a Manhattan loft on Varick Street. Over the next thirty years, Henry and his sons, C. F. Theodore, Charles, Henry Jr., William, and Albert, developed the modern piano. They built their pianos one at a time, applying skills that were handed down from master to apprentice, generation after generation.

1881 Steinway

Rebuilt 1881 Steinway 6'11" Model B Ebony serial # 47349      

  • Restrung with high tensile string  
  • New copper wound bass strings  
  • New hammers and action  
  • New dampers    
  • Matching bench  

1916 Steinway

Rebuilt 1916 Steinway Model Brown Mahogany serial # 167454   

  • Restrung with high tensile steel     
  • New copper wound bass strings   
  • New hammers and action     
  • New dampers   
  • Original ivory and ebony keys     
  • Matching bench   

1886 Steinway Upright

Rebuilt 1886 Steinway Upright Ebony serial # 57205    

  • Restrung with high tensile string       
  • New copper wound bass strings    
  • New hammers and dampers    
  • Original ivory and ebony keys    
  • Padded adjustable bench     
     

1902 Steinway Model O

Rebuilt 1902 Steinway Model O Ebony serial # 104079    

  • Restrung with high tensile steel      
  • New copper wound bass strings    
  • New hammers and action    
  • Original ivory and ebony keys       
  • Matching Artist leather bench          
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