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1916 Steinway Grand "Stretch" Model A

STEINWAY & SONS GRAND MODEL A3

Satin Ebony

New York, New York

1916

6’4 1/2″

$80,000

The Steinway Model A3 is where model A family makes a big step in both size and sound. Measuring 6’4 ½” long, the Model A3 is much larger than the previous Model A Grands and features a greater power and range of tone. It is considered to be comparable to what has been dubbed the ‘perfect piano’, the Steinway & Sons Model B. These pianos were more affordable than the Model B, were more manageable in size, and produced a sound and power that was most definitely on par with it’s 6’11” brethren.

In 1913 and 1914 the Model A2 and A3 were both listed in Steinway prices lists and sold concurrently. This piano was a staple of the New York factory only and was not produced in Hamburg. (Hamburg continued production of the short-scale Model A2). The Model A3 continued in production until the mid-1940s. In 1945, the model A3 was discontinued by Steinway New York. Reliable rumors indicate that production ceased due to the competition it created of the larger and more expensive Model B.

We have completely restored this Steinway, including a new soundboard, pinblock, and action. We have sprayed the plate silver, inspired by the ‘Sterling Silver’ Steinway, – a nod to the original nickel-plated hardware found on traditional Steinways. With some subtle modifications by our team of restorers, this is truly a modern piano, unlike any other.

Price Includes:

  • Piano bench
  • Comprehensive pre-delivery service
  • 10-year warranty
  • Free delivery with Rosedale Piano Movers within the GTA to the main floor of your home
  • One year “trade-up” at full value
  • One complimentary in-home piano tuning
1960 Heintzman Grand Model K in Satin Ebony

HEINTZMAN GRAND MODEL K

Satin Ebony

Toronto

1960

5’3″

$25,000

Heintzman & Co. was founded in 1866 by Theodore August Heintzman who emigrated to New York from Berlin in 1850 where he worked in the piano industry.  Heintzman later moved to Toronto in 1860 and built the first Heintzman piano in the kitchen of his home.

Heintzman Pianos are commonly referred to as the Steinway of Canadian pianos, or the Steinway of the North. Heintzman and Co. has a reputation for quality and can withstand the test of time. Each piano has its own unique, rich tonal quality; all offering something a little different. They are the instrument of choice for musicians, music teachers, and performers alike. Each piano was handcrafted, with less than 200,000 manufactured before going out of business in 1978.

At Paul Hahn & Co, we focus on Heintzman pianos that are from the 1900s-1950s. Many of them have their original ivory keys. We are able to customize the restoration of each piano to your liking.

Price Includes:

  • Piano bench
  • Comprehensive pre-delivery service
  • 5-year warranty
  • Free delivery with Rosedale Piano Movers within the GTA to the main floor of your home
  • One year “trade-up” at full value
  • One complimentary in-home piano tuning

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