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Year Details Price
Brambach Baby Grand Piano $2,000
Unknown Baby Grand Brambach $9
Unknown Brombach $1.2
Brambach Baby Grand Piano from the 1930’s $1.2
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The cheapest cheaply made new baby grand pianos from provincial France will cost you at least $10,000…this restored Brambach will be a much better instrument than one of those bad new pianos. This piano still has its original ivory keys, which have been restored rather than replaced.
Because the Brambach piano factory was so large, it was able to produce pianos in large numbers. One might expect the quality to drop under such circumstances, but this was not the case – Brambach pianos are generally considered to be of consistently good quality with a pure sound.
A baby grand can cost you anywhere from a few thousand dollars for a used model to $100,000 or more. Pianos are not all the same and this is certainly reflected in the price, which depends on many factors such as age, make, model etc.
Prices for quality new baby grands start in this $40,001 to $85,000 range and go beyond. Within that range, a Bechstein 160 costs $62,000. A Mason Hamlin B costs $76,173. A Steinway Model S costs $80,100.
Baby grand pianos are between 4′ 6″ and 5′3″ long. They weigh about 550 lbs.
We recommend setting your initial offer price about 10-15% above the FMV and accepting each offer within 15-20% of the FMV. Make the buyer of your piano feel like they’ve “won” while still getting fair market value for your instrument.
Yamaha GB1K Baby Grand Piano:
Description: Yamaha’s smallest and most affordable baby grand piano that still packs a punch when it comes to sound.
Both grand and baby grands are very large and expensive instruments that can easily weigh up to 1,200 pounds, making them difficult to move without professional help. Any accidents that happen when moving a wing can injure you and others while damaging your home.
If you are moving the piano across the room or into an adjacent room, you may be able to just roll the piano if your model has casters. Alternatively, you can use furniture glides to gently slide the piano across the floor.
The national average cost of piano tuning ranges from $100 to $120, although prices may be higher or lower depending on the piano and other variables. A frequently played piano will need to be retuned every few months, while a little played piano can go a year out of tune.
The Bluebook of Pianos is an invaluable guide for anyone who owns or wants to buy a piano. After an illustrated discussion of piano structure, explaining how grand and upright pianos work, the book provides careful advice for buying a new or used piano.