If you would like to have your Pleyel piano appraised, our Pleyel Spaces, located in most major French cities, are available to advise you on how to have your instrument appraised.

This estimate will enable you to determine the approximate market value of your piano.
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The origin of your piano

If you would like to know the age or origin of your piano, it is essential that you have its serial number so that one of our technicians can assist you. This can be found inside the rim on the right-hand side.
The Pleyel Piano archives are now stored by the Musée de la Musique in Paris, particularly all the records of the Pleyel factory retracing the history of all the pianos and harps produced by Pleyel.
If you should require further information about the history of your Pleyel instrument, we invite you to consult these digitalized archives on:

Dating of your piano

To know the date of manufacture of your piano, you can visite the website of the Cité de la Musique de Paris:
Find the serial number of your piano, which you will find in the following location:
Upright pianos: lift the top cover of your piano. The serial number is on the frame  or inside, side left or right of the cabinet.
Grand pianos: remove the music stand from your piano. The serial number is on the right or left of the tuning pins, or on the frame.