How much is my kimball piano worth?

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To determine how much your Kimball piano is worth, first find the serial code. Some companies will make an estimate from the serial code and other information, while others prefer to personally inspect the piano. The reason for this is that piano values can easily vary by hundreds dollars. You can find more information here: www.bluebookofpianos.com
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sadly enough what you need to do is have it appraised, BEFORE YOU HAVE IT WORKED ON. the thing about antique musical intruments is you'll only get out of it what people will pay.
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The value of a Kimball piano depends on how good of condition it is in, the model that you have and how old it is. If you are planning on selling your Kimball piano, you should have it appraised by a professional.
This all depends on several thing. Like for instance there is the condition of your piano, the year it was built, how well it plays, has it been toned properly and many more.
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