This is a Mason & Hamlin Model A (5’ 8”) from the golden age of piano in the 1930's. it's beautifully crafted. It features the famous tension resonator (spider-looking metal frame on the bottom side of the piano).
The finish on the cabinet is not in the top shape but it's still plays. The actions looks original as in all the hammer shanks are made out of heavier dark wood (unlike all modern piano).
As far as I know, there are 2 tuning pins that doesn't hold tune - maybe it needs a bigger pin. And there are some soundboard cracks but none
Of them made any weird sound when you play the piano.
This is a great candidate for restoration if you are a technician or restorer or someone who wants a great piano at a cheap price. After restoration, this can easily worth a lot.
Message for a viewing and price is negotiable. Thanks.