How Old Is Your Piano?
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Serial numbers can usually be found in one of several places!
On the cast iron plate somewhere near the tuning pins (lift the lid and look inside).
On a name plate mounted on top of the "pinblock" (lift the lid).
Or on the back of the piano, usually near the top (get some help to move the piano).
Be sure to check the inside of the piano for the manufacturer.
(it is usually on the cast iron plate that the strings attach to).
The name on the front of the piano is often not the name of the actual manufacturer.
Please note, because there have been literally thousands of manufacturers over the years
we cannot guarantee that information is still available for all of them. We will do the best
we can to find it for you.
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Please Select Piano Size
Concert Grand 9' and larger
Half Concert Grand 7' - 7'4"
Parlour Grand 6'1" - 6'8"
Living Room Grand 5'10"
Baby Grand 4'11" - 5' 4"
Upright 48" - 52"
Studio 44" - 45"
Console 4o" - 43"
Spinet 36" - 38"
Square Grand 6' - 7'
Player Piano 52" - 56"
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