At only 5-feet in length, this beautiful baby grand is small enough to fit in most living rooms, yet still yield a rich, satisfying tone for its size. For a few years in the 1990s, Baldwin owned the Chickering name, and thus manufactured pianos that were made with Baldwin designs, Baldwin cabinetry, in the Baldwin factory, but with the Chickering name on the pianos. This piano is one such example. Therefore, this piano is essentially a Baldwin baby grand in all but name. It is 100% original, including the original action parts, which have minimal wear, suggesting a life of very little use up to this point. Many professional pianists and piano teachers ask us for used Baldwin grands models, but we rarely have them. Since the early 2000s, Baldwin pianos have been made in China and bear little resemblance to the American-made Baldwin pianos that preceded them. However, if you felt compelled to buy a new Baldwin baby grand in this size, your closest option would be the model BP152, a 5-foot baby grand priced at $25,295 with a mahogany finish. Or, you could buy this wonderful piano for $6,898. We’ll let you decide which is the more sensible choice.