This piano was produced by Steinway in 1876 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. It embodies revolutionary materials and techniques, creating a powerful, warm, romantic sound to match the developing concert music of the time. It was a major step in Steinway’s path to dominance in the world of concert pianos. This piano has all the original, highly figured rosewood veneer, ornate case parts, and ivory key tops. The acoustical and action parts have been replaced: soundboard, pinblock, strings, tuning pins, repetitions, shanks, hammers, back checks, etc. It plays easily and delivers a big dynamic range. It is suitable for home use and professional chamber music recitals. Its main attractions include the elaborate case and historical importance. But it is also a fine concert piano in superb condition. The price includes a leather, tufted concert bench, climate control, ground floor delivery within 100 miles, and one onsite tuning. It may be played at the Flynn Pianos workshop in Great Barrington, MA.