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I've recently come across a Gustav Hagspiel Baby Grand Piano. Now this piano is up for sale for $4,500.00. I wanted to get some opinions from some proffesional pianists, this piano is from 1880...Is $4,500.00 a fair price for this sort of Piano, is it too expensive or is it cheap?
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- Colin Nicholson
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The price will reflect in its condition and any previous work done to it internally aswell.... so a single photo is not sufficient, just to say the exterior looks genuine and probably in good condition. No one can guess it's true value - you would need to get it inspected - most important to check the tuning stability & pin torque. Also need to see any advertising / notes, and origin of the piano (where in the world).
Also this is a UK based forum, so all prices should be converted into the British UK Pound Sterling.
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