Hi, thanks for your question! Old pianos are fairly low in value, unless they have had a full restoration and rebuild. For a piano like this, assuming it was regularly maintained and has no issues, you're looking at about a $1,500-$2,500 value in most cases. Your best option is for a private sale, by placing ads in your local paper and on craigslist. Avoid trying to sell to dealers, shops or antique houses, as you'll spend too much time and get little in return. Don't put any additional money into it since you're selling. You won't see a full return on investment if you were to restore/rebuilt and try to sell for profit. Your piano is one of a countless number of similar quality, age and condition. Sell locally and privately and you'll have your best result. Good luck!
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