Hi, thanks for your question. Can you provide the serial?
Thanks. Please allow me some time to check into this for you.
Thanks for your patience. I checked the serial and verified it was built in 1993. Kawai has had a great reputation for quality for many years. Their pianos are comparable to the quality of Yamaha however they are usually a better value. Considering the age and model as well as related depreciation I would recommend a selling range of approximately $9,000-$11,000 in a private sale. Best wishes!
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Thanks for your reply. I don't find it common for potential buyers to have real specific knowledge of what a piano should cost, beyond just Googling something and trying their best. There are some Kawai KG-2's selling (if you Google) in the $7-8k range but they are 10 years older and worth less than yours. A similar model to yours sells new for about $26,000 today and based on depreciation yours should sell for the range provided. That said, "should" and "do" are two different concepts and if you're not able to sell for what I'm suggesting, you may have to consider holding out for the right buyer or taking the best offer you have at the time if you need to get rid of it quick. Hope this helps!
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