Sell Your Piano

Sell Your Piano

Due to the high volume of requests we receive, we are only able to respond to a limited number of clients whom we think we can help. Please include as much detail as possible about your piano and about what you would be willing to accept for it. 

There is no "blue blook" value for used pianos, so a piano's resale value is based on its condition and the current marketplace. If we do not contact you, please do not be offended. We are unable to accommodate all requests. Thank you for your understanding. 



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Finding Your Serial Number

Over the years, piano manufacturers have chosen a variety of different places to place their serial numbers. The most common places on upright pianos are:

How to find a serial number on your upright piano.

Common places to look on a grand piano are:

How to find the serial number on your grand piano.

If you can't find your piano's serial number, contact your piano technician for help - or (if you select "Verbal" or "Complete" appraisals) a Gist technician will locate and note it for you.