What is the height and age? What work does it need inside?
Thanks for the info. An old piano like this is usually found to be in poor condition due to the interior parts wearing over time. I'm not surprised about the extent of work needed. Because of the old age and condition there isn't much value in the piano. Based on the current market you would only be able to sell for about $100-$200. Improving condition does improve value, though I would think the repairs you need would cost well over $1,000 and would caution spending much on a piano like this unless you want to keep it and enjoy it. Usually you don't see much of a return on investment when you sell soon after reurbishing. Hope this helps--best wishes! Please select a rating at the top before leaving--it helps me out quite a bit. Thanks!