Thanks for your question. I'll need some time to check serial records for this company.
Thanks for your patience. I have looked into serial number records but find very limited information on a "Healy" brand. Could this by chance be the "Lyon and Healy" company? They were much more well known.
Thanks for the information. In checking Lyon and Healy serial numbers, it looks like they don't go above 40,000. A couple other piano companies used this name, but they only built smaller uprights. The very tall height of your piano indicates it is almost certainly a pre-1930 instrument. Smaller uprights were much more popular after that and were much cheaper. Because of the older age of your piano, it will have lost most of its value. I think the $500 you paid was probably on the higher end. Assuming this is a 1910-1930 vintage piano, it would have a current value of approximately $150-$400. If you have any photos you can attach here I can take a look and make an educated guess as to the era it is from, but based on your description and available info, I would think the early 1900's will be correct. Best wishes!
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