1956 Steinway M

This rare Steinway is one of a limited number of "contemporary" models built in the 1950s and 60s. It was designed in 1953 by Walted Dorwin Teague, who also designed some beautiful art deco cases for Steinway in the 1930s. The creation of this modern design was to honor the 100th anniversary of the founding of Steinway & Sons, and it is sometimes called the Centennial model. We acquired this piano from its original family, and it has spent its entire life here in the friendly California climate. Internally it is in fine condition. The mahogany exterior was redone at some point in a light brown tone - if a new owner so desires we can have the piano refinished in a darker mahogany or ebony. Size 5ft 7in. Serial number #352916.

 

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