Can anyone give me some information on a 1922 Knabe Baby Grand serial number 92877? I'd be interested in knowing what model it is, what they typically sell for today, where it was made, type of wood in the construction, etc. It's 6'4".
90 years later and in original condition, they don't sell for much. Musically and for core construction elements, it is highly desirable and rebuildable. In a stronger piano market, this is an automatic rebuild candidate in that, financially, it is a better than break even investment. At this moment, it is probably a little below the break even financials, though musically you could still have a bargain even with the big investment.
If kept in original condition, whatever functional life remains is not going to dramatically affect the value in the market for most buyers. Are you a buyer, seller or heir?