Hi Guys -
We have an antique Lachner* player piano that we’re thinking of getting rid of - we don’t really even know where to start with trying to figure out if it has any value, or if it’s just a really big, really heavy old block of wood. As far as we can tell, the player piano was built in Guelph, Ontario sometime between 1912 and 1917. The piano is not in fantastic shape, but it is probably still able to be restored. There is some graffiti carved in the wood, and a bit of body damage (the corners are all scuffed, and one corner is kind of broken). Overall it is in pretty good shape for an almost 100 year old piano. We have no idea if the player components still work - they’re definitely still in there, though.
*Lachner is the name on the piano; the piano apparently was made by the Bell Piano Company of Guelph, Ontario.