I have a Pianola player piano that is approximatly 35 years old. 66/65 keys. That is all I know about it. I can not find it on the web to tell me what it's worth. Can you give me a ball park figure for a "good" condition piano? Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
I have tried misc. websites to find a Pianola (I think I said "Pinola.")
Hi, can you include a photo and the serial number?
I do not have a photo and I'm not sure if this is the serial number, but it was all I could find: 15264.
Ok. And you said it only has 66 keys not the standard 88?
Please remember to click the ACCEPT button before leaving this page. I am not credited for my time unless this button is pressed. Thanks!Thanks for the information!These pianos are not too common today and sale prices depend a lot on condition. Player pianos have declined in popularity quite a bit since introduced so the value will drop a bit for that reason. The serial number you listed actually dates this piano back to 1908 which is more reasonable for a player piano. Based on the age and style as well as the current piano market this piano in excellent condition would have an approximate value of $300-650 in a private sale. Best wishes!Once I have answered your question, please press ACCEPT if our conversation is complete as that is the only way I am compensated for the time and research I personally put into your individual question. Pressing Accept does not charge you again it just credits me for my work. If you need more information, please press REPLY so I can help you further. Please press either Accept or Reply before leaving this page so I know how to proceed. Positive feedback is very beneficial to me and, if you are able to take a minute once the process is over to leave some I would greatly appreciate it. If you have reason to leave less than positive feedback, please contact me first so I can ensure you are properly assisted with your question. Thanks and best wishes!
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