Hi, when was it last tuned?
What brand is it?
Does the player mechanism work perfectly?
Is this an upright or grand?
Thanks for the information. It's interesting your says Baldwin inside, as the Wellington name was made by the Cable company, with some also by Ivers & Pond. But there is a lot of intermingling between piano companies so it certainly isn't impossible. Old upright player pianos like yours are very common on the used market, and because of the old age of the thousands of internal parts, the values tend to be pretty low. A piano declines in value with age, unless restorative work is done to improve that. While refinishing the piano does add some value, it isn't as much as mechanical restoration would.
Based on your description of maker, age, type, condition and refinishing, and based on recent sales of similar items, I would recommend a selling range of approximately $700-$1,200 in a private sale. Best wishes!Please select a rating at the top of the page before leaving--this is the only way I receive credit for working with you. Thanks!
Was it just new tubes that were replaced? That wouldn't be a complete restoration. What's most important are them parts that make up the piano's action, hammers, felts, pins, block, etc.
So the internal action was all completely rebuilt with new parts? Do you remember how much the work cost when it was done?
Hi, just checking back with you on this...
Apologies for the delay. I have not yet been able to reevaluate this for you because of a technical error. I cannot see the rest of our communications. Tech support is looking into this and I'll be back with you as soon as they get it fixed.
Apologies but it hasn't been corrected. If you are able to see all the text could you copy and paste here? Otherwise, could you let me know all the info about the piano again and what your follow up question was? I want to make sure we get this resolved for you.