How Old Is My Piano

Curious about the age of your piano?

In most cases we can help you determine the age of your piano based on the brand and serial number.Because of the tremendous demand for information about the age and manufacturers of the over 12,000 brands of pianos, we charge a nominal fee of $5.00 for this service.
For your convenience, we have also listed some manufacturers that offer serial number/date information on their sites (free).

Please note: The $5.00 fee is to compensate for the time we spend researching this information. We often have to spend more time on pianos that have no information available because we need to check more resources to be sure we didn’t miss anything. For this reason, the $5.00 fee is non-refundable.
We cannot tell you what your piano is worth. For help in determining the value, please visit What’s It Worth?

 


If you would like to use our service, please fill in the How Old FORM Below and submit it to us.

We will email you whatever information we can find, please allow up to 10 business days from the time we receive payment (sometimes heavy demand puts us a little behind).
If you haven’t heard from us within 10 business days, please feel free to email us. If you are mailing your payment, please include the name and email address you used to fill in the form along with the brand and serial number of the piano.

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Please do not ask us what your piano is worth, we can not tell from here.
For help in determing the value, please visit our What’s My Piano Worth? page.


The following manufacturers have serial number and date information available online. No need to spend your money with us!
Baldwin
The Baldwin site includes the following brands: Baldwin,   Chickering,   Wurlitzer,   Ellington,   Franke,   Hamilton,   Howard,   Kremlin,   Manuelo,   Modello,   Monarch,   St. Regis,   Sargent,   Schroeder,   Valley Gem,   Winton
Bechstein    Bentley     Everett     Gulbransen
Howard (by Baldwin)     Heinzman   Ibach  (under “serial numbers”)
Kemble   (under “serial numbers”) Knabe     Mason & Hamlin
Steinway     Story & Clark     Welmar     Yamaha


For help in locating the serial number of your piano check here:

Please note, because there have been literally thousands of manufacturers over the years we cannot guarantee that information is still available for all of them. We will do the best we can to find it for you.
The name on the front of the piano may not the name of the actual manufacturer, make sure you check inside the instrument.Please be careful when listing your email address, we often get mail returned because the address was incorrect!

How Old Request Form

Please Note: Filling out the form below will submit your request to us. It will also take you to PayPal where you can submit your payment. You do not need to have a PayPal account to do this, and you will have the option of using a credit card if you so desire.

Name:*
E-mail:*
Piano Brand / Make:*
Serial Number:*
Piano Type: (spinet, console, upright, baby grand)*
Estimated Age: Your guess at how old your piano might be?
 $ 
Message: (Optional additional information)
Word Verification: Please enter what you see. If you are having trouble reading it, please click the refresh

Please Note:

By submitting this request you are also agreeing to pay the $5.00 fee.

We use PayPal to process all payments.

You do NOT need to have a PayPal account to use this service and you will have the option to use a credit card as payment type if you prefer.



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