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People who buy pianos are buying them to play. Unfortunately, your piano has condition issues, and that will lower its value considerably.
In the condition you are describing, your piano has a current retail (replacement or insurance) value of approximately $800.
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If you can give me the serial number, I can tell you when it was built.
I'm unable to find any information on the age of your piano. I don't think that's the serial number.
Here is a diagram that will help you:
Hmmm, must be the serial number after all. I'm going to do a little more research and get back to you.
I am sorry - I am unable to find any historical information on this company, so I'm unable to specifically date your piano. The closest I can come is mid-20th century.
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