Thanks for your question! Because of the very old age of this piano, the value will be quite low. After a piano reaches about 70 years of age it has lost most of its value. This is because of the wear that occurs on the thousands of moving parts over time and with playing. If yours is in good used condition and is tuned annually you could expect approximately $400. More likely you should expect to sell in the $150-$300 range. Best wishes!
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