Thanks for your question. Can it hold a tune?
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Thanks for your patience. Condition is the most important factor regarding a piano's value and when you have an old piano in poor condition, it honestly doesn't have much value. There is no "antique value" to be considered, it is valued by maker, age and condition primarily. Because it can't hold tune it would need a new pin block and pins, which is an expensive repair and the piano really isn't worth that sort of investment. As described, I would recommend a selling range of approximately $400-$700. Best wishes!
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