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How much is my Wurlitzer Upright Piano Model #2116 Serial #1292918

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How much is my Wurlitzer Upright Piano Model #2116 Serial #1292918 worth in overall good condition with original bench?

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thanks for the response. This piano was handed down to me and I'm just wondering what it might be worth. Thanks again for your help and I look forward to hearing from you soon. I can send pictures should you need them.
Henry Bash
Gainesville, VA
Hi Henry,

Thanks for your patience! Based on the serial number you gave me it looks like your piano was manufactured in 1976. Piano appraisal normally states that a piano which is over 20-25 years old is considered in "fair" condition simply due to the age of the internal mechanics. That said, Wurlitzer was a popular piano brand in their day and was one of the bigger names in the U.S. I would place a value on your piano in the range of $650-$1,000. The range is there to account for the condition which I cannot see, and your market which I cannot predict. There is a possibility that your piano would sell slightly above or below that range as well, but the figure I gave represents a solid figure for that piano and age. I hope this helps and I wish you the best!

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Mr. Taylor, I appreciate your prompt and candid answer to my question. This is the first time I've used this service and I would certainly use it again. I'll certainly leave positive feedback for you.
Thanks again,