The serial number indicates that your piano was built in 1935.
Older pianos do not have any value based on their being old. This is because the parts wear out and must be replaced. People who buy pianos are not collecting them; they are buying them to play.
Also, pianos that have not been regularly tuned, will not hold a tuning.
If your piano is in very good un-restored condition, its current retail (replacement or insurance) value is approximately $2,000.
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