This Pre-WWII Steinway grand piano does not have a flawless finish, hence the lower than average price for a used Steinway L with a non-ebony finish, in this case, walnut. This piano received new tuning pins, all new strings, and new hammers a few years before we acquired it, but otherwise remains in amazingly fresh condition for its age, indicating a life of gentle use and excellent care. In our shop, we touched-up the cabinet, polished the hardware, reconditioned the pedal trapwork, and re-regulated the action to factory specs. Rather than adding any new parts to this piano, which isn’t really necessary at this time and would add thousands to the price, we have decided to offer this piano for an unusually low price compared to our other used Steinway L models. If you haven’t been keeping up with new piano prices, the current price for a new same-size Steinway O with a walnut finish is $104,900. Plus, we should point out that a new Steinway has only a five-year warranty on parts and labor, while our warranty is always ten years on all parts and labor, even on a 91-year old piano like this. Plus we offer the additional benefit of a lifetime upgrade guarantee. So, if you are someone who cares less about cosmetic perfection than saving a ton of money on a Steinway grand, then give us a call or stop by before someone else beats you to it.