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IF YOU'VE got an old piano stored in the attic and have no plans to play it, you might want to consider selling it.

The New York Piano Center, a business that restores and sells old pianos, says instruments typically made between 1910 and 1930 are not good investments, having been produced in great numbers, but do sell for thousands of dollars.

Grand pianos in Victorian, Art Deco, Chippendale and several other styles are in great demand with decorators and the wealthy. Name-brands such as Knabe, Baldwin and Mason & Hamlin can sell for up to $20,000, while Steinways can go for twice that amount.

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