Rare Steinway C belonged to the Goodyear family. Year 1885. Restored in the Steinway Factory in 2002.

History: The 7’2” Steinway Model C was first manufactured in 1878. These seven-octave, 85-note pianos were based upon the earlier Parlor Grands built by Steinway. The Model C, 85-note piano was also known as the Style 3 in catalogs. The scale design featured a 21 note bass section and was redesigned from the earlier parlor grand piano by C.F. Theodore Steinway. The Model C was introduced during a time of advancement for the Steinway Company. The early Model C was first produced with a sectional case design, and in 1880 production of Model Cs with a more modern style bent-rim case began. The 85-note Model C/Style 3 was in production until 1886.

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6'11" Grand Piano


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Steinway & Sons




Ebony Satin


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