$850 OR BEST OFFER / PRICE NEGOTIABLE. I am selling this Baldwin Acrosonic Upright piano including the original bench. I looked up the serial number (969329) and it was produced in Cincinnati in 1972. It has what I believe is called a Walnut Satin case finish. It is a 36 inch (Spinet size). I purchased the piano about 3 years ago from East Cambridge Piano. It sounds great but has not gotten much use due to my busy work schedule so I have decided to sell it. I think you will be very pleased with your purchase. It is a nice, small size so it won’t take up a lot of room in your home. It is 36 inches high, 58 inches wide, and 25 inches deep. They only allow six images on this site but I will be happy to provide you with additional images if needed by email.
CONDITION: When I purchased the piano from East Cambridge Piano they said it was in very good condition with no issues. One of the white keys has a small chip at the front. There is a small dark stain on the left side of the key cover which you should be able to see in the first photo. There are some letters on the white keys toward the center of the keyboard but these are just stickers and can be easily removed (SEE PHOTO 2). The bench opens, has a few scratches, but is solid and in overall good shape.
PICK UP: The piano is located on the ground floor of our house in Somerville, MA 02145. You will need to make your own arrangements for pick up. It is about 20 feet from the front door. There is one short step down from the house to the porch. Once on the porch there are two short steps down to the sidewalk.
Baldwin Piano History:
Dwight Hamilton Baldwin began to manufacture pianos in 1889 and his company grew to be the largest piano manufacturing company in the United States. Many spinet sized pianos were made from the 1940's to the 1970's, however the Baldwin piano company no longer makes this small upright. The Baldwin piano has made a significant impact in the piano world, and has been a favorite of many composers and musicians. Up until 2008, the Baldwin piano was made in the USA. After this time, production was moved to China. The company is now owned by the Gibson Guitar company, and continues to produce high quality instruments that will last a lifetime.