Steinway & Sons

 

Heinrich Steinweg is commonly regarded as the founder of Steinway and Sons in New York in 1853. Lesser known was the factory founded by his son, Theodore, in Hamburg, Germany in 1880. Though the two factories collaborated, they were independently owned and managed, resulting in different models and variances of Steinways.

A few imports did manage to make it here, mainly from military personnel who received free shipping after serving in Germany.

 

 

 
 

1946 Steinway & Sons model 40" console
S/N 317777

Built in Hamburg, Germany

Refinished ebony case and polished brass

New "Flat-Whipped" strings and tuning pins

New damper felts, bridle straps, and keytops

Hammers filed, action regulated

Free ground floor delivery to Kansas City Metropolitan area

 
 

 

 

 

 
(click on thumbnail to enlarge)

 

xSteinwayConsoleResize1.jpg xSteinwayConsoleResize2.jpg
xSteinwayConsoleResize3.jpg xSteinwayConsoleResize4.jpg
xSteinwayConsoleResize5.jpg xSteinwayConsoleResize6.jpg
xSteinwayConsoleResize7.jpg xSteinwayConsoleResize8.jpg
   


 


asking $5000

 
 



 


 

   


Servicing the Kansas City, Gladstone, Overland Park
metropolitan area
with
moving  tuning  repairing  rebuilding  concert rentals

     
Jones Piano House

5742 N. Lenox Ave 
          Kansas City,  MO  64151

 816.587.1544

2012 - Stephan Cantu.  All rights reserved