BLUEBOOK OF PIANOS
PIANOS & PRICESRetail pricing is the responsibility of the dealer. No two dealers are alike, no two markets are alike and starting retail prices are set by individual dealers. Prices will vary from dealer to dealer with local economic conditions. One dealer may mark their piano list price up considerably higher than another so that when they discount the price, it seems that you are getting a much better deal.
This guide contains price information is for most new pianos that are made for distribution in the United States. Prices are given only for the lowest-priced style of each model. This list does not include many furniture styles and finishes available. Any such price list would only cause confusion in the marketplace. These are not manufacturers suggested list prices. Some are actual invoice selling prices at College, University, and in some cases, membership warehouses. In order to level the playing field for comparing prices, prices in this guide are computed to a uniform “piano industry standard” formula.
PIANO AGE | ARCHIVES | APPRAISALS | PIANO TYPES | BLUEBOOK VALUE | SELL A PIANO
Albert Weber Baldwin Bechstein, A Bechstein,C Bluthner Bohemia Bosendorfer Boston Brodmann Cable-Nelson
Ebel, Carl Essex Estonia Everett
Fandrich & Sons
Feurich Forster, August Grotrian Gulbransen Haessler Hailun Hallet, Davis & Co. Hardman Heintzman Hoffmann, W. Irmler Kawai Kemble Kimball
Kohler & Campbell Mason & Hamlin Miller, Henry F. Palatino Pearl River Perzina, Gebr. Petrof Pramberger J.P Ritmiiller Samick Schimmel Schulze Pollmann Seiler Shigeru Kawai
Sohmer-SMC Sohmer-Persis Steinberg. Gerh. Steinberg, Wilh. Steinway & Sons Story & Clark
Suzuki Vogel Vose & Sons Walter, Charles R. Weber Wendl & Lung Wyman Yamaha Young Chang
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Note: European piano prices vary with the value of the dollar against the euro.
For this edition, the exchange rate used by most manufacturers.
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