Schiedmayer 1915 6’4” Grand Piano in High Polish Ebony | $29,900
Schiedmayer 1915 6’4” Grand Piano in High Polish Ebony | $29,900
Schiedmayer 1915 6’4” Grand Piano in High Polish Ebony | $29,900

Schiedmayer 1915 6’4” Grand Piano in High Polish Ebony | $29,900

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$34,900.00
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$29,900.00
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Schiedmayer 1915 6’4” Grand Piano in High Polish Ebony | $29,900 

This German made 1915 Schiedmayer 6’4” piano (serial number 33760) is from the graceful house of Schiedmayer in Stuttgart, Germany. Even though Balthasar Schiedmayer built its first clavichord in 1735, the Schiedmayer factory was not to be in full production of pianos until 1809. They are still manufacturing keyboard instruments to this day. Scheidmayer has always been known for its quiet enchanting tone. The sound is very smooth and sensitive. The touch is equally as smooth making it the perfect instrument for a very romantic repertoire.   

Obviously, the cabinet has been completely refinished throughout. The original cabinet must have been a wood finish but our designers decided to go with high polish ebony and the result was amazing. The pin block restored, new pins and new strings installed, the plate has been refinished, the soundboard restored, necessary action parts have been replaced, new hammers, restored and/or replaced hammer shanks, and the belly work and trap work (pedals and lyre) have been restored. 

Steffes and Schulz GmbH of Weisbaden Germany are responsible for the refurbishments of this piano.


R Kassman’s Master Technician has completely voiced and regulated the piano to concert expectations and returned it to it’s sweet tonal expectations. The touch, both up-weight and down-weight, have been perfectly balanced making this piano a true masterpiece inside and out. This unique piano is perfect for the fine arts connoisseur looking for a piano that goes beyond the pedigree. 

For over 40 years R. Kassman Piano has represented the finest European Pianos on the planet. Today the philosophy of selling pianos has remained the same: Find the right piano for the customer and offer the lowest price possible for the best instrument possible.