In our 38 years in the used piano business, we don’t recall ever seeing a Steinway vertical model exactly like this. Luckily, we have in our possession an original 1939 Steinway catalog that listed this model among Steinway’s then-current roster of piano models. Apparently, this was the only vertical model Steinway offered at that time since there are no other vertical models listed in the 1939 catalog we have on hand (If you’re curious, we have included the 1939 catalog photo and description of this model in the picture slideshow above). Despite its unusual name, which seems to suggest a very small, possibly miniature piano, this piano has a full 88-key keyboard and is in no way miniaturized. This piano is all original, including its beautiful walnut case, which is, while not perfect, still in very presentable condition. Like every piano we sell, ours comes with a 10-year warranty covering all parts and labor, as well as our standard Lifetime Upgrade Guarantee. If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a vintage Steinway without paying an absurd amount of money, then today could be your lucky day, especially if you think that new Steinways are out of your price range. If you don’t dawdle, this one could be yours!