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the address and zip code doesn't exist anymore O_O There is what looks like pencil marking on the bass plate and it say WOV 1907. Can someone help me find out more about this piano? We're always happy when people share their piano info with us.
have 4 digits from 1860-1879, 5 digits from 1880-1930.
I have inherited this piano and would like to know its history. It is in good condition other than the wood needs to be refinished and it could use some tuning. The original legs were replaced in the 40's or 50's, and now I want to restore the piano to it's original style. I am selling my baby grand George Steck piano, GS-42, black shiny, with bench in perfect condition. I was wondering what would be a reasonable selling price? We are considering purchasing a 1940 George Steck upright piano that has not been played for 20 years. Although it has been in the family ever since, not everyone took great care when moving it and the lyre is missing the side metal supports. By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.
I have a George Steck And Co with a serial number thats not on the list ... Weirder yet, I opened the piano for cleaning before the tuner gets here and I found a note with an address in CA ... If your piano is as old as those, you'll see one with either of those numbers in digits. Sometimes techs have their own piano atlas, so if you get an age, lef tus know what it is.
Best wishes, ~B~ THanks, I had a tuner come in, it's actually made in 1890.
What I read was actually "Nov 1907" Apparently, back in the day, tuners use to mark the last time it was tuned.
Anyways, in good condition these can sell from 0 to 0.
I have a Gerge Steck Cherry Spinnet that I believe was made between 1945-1955.
Namaste well, at least you have been advised as to "restoration".
One would think you might consider calling a good piano technician before you jumped into it, rather than use all of the curse words.
It has been well-maintained and all of the hammers are in perfect condition. I'm looking for any information on a George Steck upright, with a 302p serial number stamped on the inside. It has a date of May 15, 1894 and the serial number is 19312.