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Volcano Brought Chopin to Orange County

Because of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano a man sat waiting Monday afternoon in the Newark airport instead of on a plane to Berlin. Sitting there, the man got a phone call. Yuja Wang had a sore arm, it seemed, and a doctor had ordered her to rest. The man didn’t wonder why they were telling him this. He got on a plane for Orange County. The pianist had Chopin’s Etudes, all 27 of them, ready to go... Read more >>

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Author Topic: What is a fair price for a 1940 Steinway Upright?  (Read 2464 times)
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« on: June 19, 2005, 12:19:17 AM »

I realize there are a ton of variables, but please give me a ballpark range on market value if you have any ideas. Assume a case that is pretty much mint with no chips, scratches, etc... Assume no damage to the soundboard or other internal parts, but just needs normal tuning.

Can you give me a high and low end of what I might expect to pay? I would have it professionally appraised if I get serious about purchasing it. Thanks.
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