Our resident piano player no longer lives at home so we are selling our piano.
Please research a piano mover as well.
We purchased this piano as a student instrument and it has been a great instrument through many levels of the California Certificate of Merit.
We would like to piano to go to a home that will continue to care for it well
*Piano has been regularly tuned by one of the bay area’s best technicians
*Condition is good with minor aesthetic flaws consistent with its age.
*The final three keys (A,B,C) do not work. We always intended to have it fixed, but it never became an issue.
*Based on the serial number on the bottom of the piano, it was made between 1900-1910.
*4’8” Piano, small while maintaining a rich tone.
*Purchased locally from a Piano Dealer and moved by professionals.
I’ve included comparables and some fun facts about the Brambach grand pianos below:
Antique Baby Grand $4000
Baby Grand Piano $300
John Lennon owned a very similar piano
Age of Piano