Serial number locations are found: On the pianos cast iron plate, near the tuning pins, as you face the keys. Look to the right or to the left. On the pianos soundboard (see link above for a diagram). On a metal plate underneath the pianos top lid, near the strings and soundboard.
How can I find out how old my piano is?
Many pianos will have a 4, 5 or 6 digit serial number to identify the age of the piano. Using this number, along with the manufacturer, the age of the piano can sometimes be determined. The areas to look for these numbers vary from each company but here are some common places to look along with some photos.
Where is the model on a Wurlitzer piano?
Look at the inner sides of the piano near where the upper-facing cover was mounted. A printed sticker may be on the interior of either the left or right side. Turn the piano around and look at the rear of the soundboard. If the serial and model numbers are printed nowhere else, they must be printed on the rear.
How much is my Wurlitzer piano worth?
What is the average Wurlitzer piano worth? You can expect to pay/sell your piano between $600 at the low end and $1500 at the high end. This is providing its a Wurlitzer acoustic piano. Console pianos will be more towards the $1500 end, and the spinet pianos will be cheaper.
How can I tell how old my Wurlitzer piano is?
1) On the pianos cast iron plate. After lifting up the lid, look along the top front area of the plate. The serial number may be to the right or the left, or in the middle. 2) Under the opened lid on the ledge, stamped on a little plaque, to the right or to the left.
What are old pianos worth?
Like antique books, antique pianos are not worth a lot of money just because they are old. In actuality these old instruments may be worth very little at all. Most antique, upright pianos are worth $500 or less in very good condition.