Our house burned to the ground in the Waldo Canyon Fire and we lost our Everett Upright Grand Piano. It was oak and had a signature inside on the fourth key. It was beautifully refinished. We are trying to find the value.
Just starting. We do have a couple of pictures.
Hello,My name is XXXXX XXXXX X'll be pleased to help you with this question.I am so sorry to hear of your troubles!Do you know when the piano was built?
Not sure, I know it was the late 1800's. We purchased it 1991, i know it was over 100 years old then and even perhaps 1110 or 120 years old. It had the signature key which we were told occurred only every so many pianos with Everett. I believe our piano was oak. It had a light to medium finish.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX this information.If your piano was in fully restored, excellent condition, its current retail (replacement or insurance) value is approximately $9,500. I hope this answer has been helpful to you. When you are satisfied with my answer I would appreciate your positive rating. That is the way I am paid for my work. There is no additional cost for this. I truly value your feedback. Come back soon and ask for me! Thanks for using Just Answer!
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