This well maintained baby grand measures 4' 7" and has not been restored to our knowledge. It includes the original bench.
We believe the serial number to be #91574 not the #191574 stenciled on the harp. There's a mark in front of the serial number that appears to be a "1," which would date the piano to 1974; however, in our opinion (and based on what the original owner's family told us - it was passed several times), we think the #91574 serial number better dates it to 1930-31.
That said, we originally acquired the piano from its original family owners in 2007. We then sold it to the parents of an aspiring pianist who progressed to the point of needing a larger piano. We took it back in trade in November, 2010 on a new 6'1" grand. Subsequently it's now a two-owner piano and we know it was well maintained while the second owners had it as well.
That said, it's a nice playing piano for both its age (whatever it really is) and level of quality. It would be compared to a Wurlitzer or Kimball piano of the same size.
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