Hi, I see your previous question was closed without an expert answer. I appreciate your raising your offer price for this question, and I am happy to help with it. Can you tell me if this is an upright and what the height is? When was it last tuned?
Thanks for your patience and for the information. In checking into this brand I found they don't have any serial number listings unfortunately, so I cannot find the exact age of your piano. Conn pianos were later made by Kimball, but Kimball serial numbers don't coincide with yours. Based on your description and the size I'm thinking this piano would have been built around the mid-20th century. Small uprights like this one aren't worth too much due to size and age. They were economy pianos and sold new on the lower end of value compared to taller uprights. As described and considering the used piano market, I would recommend a selling range today of approximately $400-$700 in a private sale. Best wishes!
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Hi Dorothy, you can click "add files" to attach photos. As I said, there are no available serial records for Conn pianos so I wouldn't be able to find the age of it precisely. Is there some information you need that I didn't provide in my answer?