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Thanks so much for your patience! Early Chickering pianos were of very high quality, though after 1908 when they had financial trouble and were consolidated, the quality began to decline. This company became part of the American Piano Co. which went out of business in the 80's. This is an Asian built piano whose only connection to Chickering is that of the name usage. Based on your description of condition and considering the used market, I would recommend a selling range of approximately $3,600-$4,800 in a private sale. Best wishes!