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1983 Hoffman Model 173 5'8" Grand Piano

$17,300


Features
  • Serial #127482
  • One owner
  • Current new price $84,128
  • Satin mahogany finish
  • Matching bench
  • Completely prepped by Fandrich & Sons
  • Voiced by Darrell Fandrich
  • Priced REDUCED from $24,950
  • This lovely handcrafted German piano had one owner, who purchased it new from Chris Finger Pianos in Niwot, CO. It was built by the Feurich Piano Company in what was East Germany at the time. The Communist government had given the rights to the Feurich name (dating well back into the 1800's) to the Bechstein Piano Company in East Berlin. It took a number of years after the fall of the Berlin Wall for Julius Feurich, the current (5th generation) owner of the Feurich Company, to re-acquire his family name for the company. Thus this is a Feurich design, built in the Feurich factory but using the Hoffman name. This piano has been lovingly cared for and lightly played. It is a wonderfully musical bargain!
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