A good report and appraisal based on an onsite inspection of the instrument might cost $150 or more, but is well worth the expense for the peace of mind it can bring to the potential buyer of a high-end piano.
How do I find the value of my piano?
Appraisers of used pianos and other consumer goods typically use three different methods to determine fair market value: comparable sales, depreciation, and idealized value minus the cost of restoration.
What is a piano appraisal?
An appraisal is an assessment of the pianos current value. Appraisals must be done on-site, in person, and cannot be done over the phone or by sending pictures or descriptions of your piano. Only a visual and physical inspection can determine the pianos actual condition.
How much is an average piano worth?
An upright piano costs between $3000 – $6500 on average. High-end upright pianos average around $10,000 – $25,000. Entry level grand pianos costs between $7000 – 30,000. High-end grand pianos such as Steinway, Bosendorfer, and Yamaha can cost between $65,000 – $190,000.
How much does a Baldwin piano cost?
The prices of new Baldwin pianos range from almost $10,000 to just over $14,000 depending on the finish and model of the piano. The available models of Baldwin pianos are BP1, B342, B442, B243, studio pianos BP3, BP5, BPX5 and concert pianos B252.
Is a Baldwin piano any good?
The Baldwin Piano Company has a long history of creating high quality upright pianos that sound great and last forever. This piano is offered in the traditional satin black and satin walnut cases. For years this piano competed against the Steinway 1098 studio in price.