I presume you have seen this piano at a dealer (and if so are you converting the price into euro)?
I've played a couple of wonderful old pianos. There's an old Steck upright I know, which has candle sconces, and looks like it's from about 1890. There are a few Challens, Chappels, Collard and Collard, Broadwoods etc, Bluthners, Steinways, Bechsteins, that are all lovely pianos in their own way. Would I want to perform on one? Or teach on one? Or practise on one? Absolutely not. They provide an interesting window into the past, how things might have sounded in the domestic situation of Grieg, Rachmaninoff, Brahms etc, (they MIGHT), but they're not suitable for full time work anymore.