Manufactured in 1966, this concert grand was one of the last pianos manufactured in the original Cincinnati, Ohio factory. Favored by many pianists, it was considered to be of the highest quality for artistic expression. During this period, Baldwin was one of the few manufacturers that was able to compete with Steinway and Sons. If manufactured today to the same standards, this piano would sell for over $125,000. It is the perfect instrument for a church, a large concert hall, an ultimate practice room or a school.