Steinway Pianos for Sale Prices
Brand New & Used Steinway Models Average Costs

steinway-pianos-for-saleThere are a great number of Steinway pianos for sale online and offline. Owning a Steinway piano is a dream comes true for pianists, hobbyists and collectors.

Steinway & Sons has been in the business of producing some of the world's best pianos since the 1850s. The company has built more than 550,000 pianofortes since then and it is probably safe to assume that Steinway has graced more than a million homes, institutions and concert halls since 1853.

Steinway is a private piano company that has acquired two mid-price range brands, Boston and Essex, to offer more affordable pianos. Grand and uprights with Steinway & Sons seala are more expensive than those bearing the Boston or Essex brand. 

Average Steinway Piano Prices

Getting a brand new Steinway piano for sale is not that difficult. Ebonized satin is the basic finishing of a Steinway. Other finishings add to the base price, such as high ebonize satin or mahogany, walnut, cherry or rosewood,.

No two dealers offer the same price. Generally, brand new Steinway piano average prices could be narrowed down to a range of $44,000 to $111,000 for ebony grand pianos. Limited edition grands are pegged at more than $170,000. It is best to call a local dealer and inquire.


Steinway Model A - 1898 - For Sale

  • Model D - $111,000
  • Model B - $85,000
  • Model A - $76,000
  • Model O - $64,000
  • Model L - $60,000
  • Model M - $57,000
  • Model S - $52,000

Check online and offline stores for Steinway piano sales.

Used Steinway Pianos for Sale

Here is a pre-owned Steinways sale listing at Steinway Piano Mart:

  • Louis XV B - Yonkers, NY, $79,495
  • Cherry Chippendale - 2007. Savage, Minnesotta, $75,000
  • Model L - 1995. Miami, Florida, $45,000


Steinway D Concert grand piano video demonstration

This is a vintage Steinway listing from Piedmont Piano in Piedmont and San Francisco, California:

  • Model B - 1899. Rebuilt. San Francisco, California, $24,000.
  • Model M - 1948. Rebuild. $18,500
  • Model B - 1906. Restored. $17,000
  • Model L - 1982. Fine condition. $19,500
  • Model L - 1925. Good unrestored condition. $18,500
  • Model D - 1979. Good Condition. $49,500
  • DuoArt Model O - 1915. Rebuilt. $26,500
  • Model M - 1957. Fine Condition. $17,500


Steinway & Sons model S in Ebony Satin

Country Piano's physical store is near Watkins Glen, NY. You can often get a Steinway piano for sale here, and here is a list of their current sale:

  • Model S - 1936. Price after restoration is $24,500.
  • Louis XV Model S - 1936. Price after restoration $60,000.
  • Louis XV Model M - 1936. Price after restoration $65,000.
  • Model M - 1922. Price after restoration $26,000.
  • Model O - 1900. Price after restoration $27,000.
  • Hamburg Model O - 1922. Price after restoration is $38,000.
  • Model L - 1931. Price after restoration is $28,500.
  • Chippendale Model L - 1935. Price after restoration is $52,500.
  • Model A - 1909 and 1894. Price after restoration is $40,000.
  • Model B - 1928 and 1911. Price after restoration is $55,000.

From American-Steinway, affiliated with Steinway & Sons, here is a listing of used and vintage Steinway pianos:

Chicago Area:

  • Model M - 1917. $32,000 after rebuilding
  • Model M - 1920. Rebuilt. $32,000
  • Style II Rococo - 1878. $75,000 after restoration

Los Angeles Area:

  • Chippendale Model M - 1975. Refinished. $38,000
  • Model A - 1933. Rebuilt. $58,000
  • Model M - 1922. Rebuilt. $35,000
  • Model L - 1929. Rebuilt. $42,000


Used Steinway Grand Piano Model B demo

New York City:

  • Model L - 1923. Original mint condition. $27,500
  • Model M - 1928. Rebuilt and Refinished. $27,000
  • Model B - 1974. Original mint condition. $47,000
  • Model M - 1929. Needs restoration. $34,000

Listings from American-Steinway are from all around the United States. They deliver worldwide and frequently offer customers a Steinway piano for sale. Here are some more listings from their site for Model D.

  • 1886 Brazilian Rosewood - Restored. $125,000
  • 1969 Ebony - Rebuilt with original sound board. $120,000
  • 1925 Ebony - Rebuilt. $95,000
  • 1953 Ebony - Rebuilt. $90,000


Steinway Model C - Serial Number 83707

Steinway Model C

  • 1917 Victorian - Restored. $90,000
  • 1905 New Arm Design - Rebuilt. $85,000
  • 1889 Rosewood - Rebuilt. $78,000
  • 1902 Mahogany - Rebuilt. $95,500

Steinway Model S

  • 1936 Mahogany - Original Mint Condition. $19,500
  • 1941 Mahogany - Original Mint Condition. $23,500
  • 1937 Custom Queen Anne - Rebuilt. $42,000
  • 1956 Mahogany - Rebuilt. $33,000

Before buying, make sure to seek reliable and trustworthy piano dealers that offer Steinway pianos for sale.

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