This is a very nice Lagonda Upright Piano that plays nicely. Its a little out of tune and dusty from setting in home but appears to be in great condition. Keys don't stick and doors open on front top and bottom (bottom door slides off rail sometimes), top opens, front slides forward. Keys are not cracked or broken, just a little worn. The harp is beautiful and all strings appear to be good with no rust or corrosion. If I don't sell it, I plan to take it apart and put the harp over the fireplace using the other parts for a mantle. I would just hate to destroy this fine instrument as it should be played and enjoyed, again. You can go online and type in this piano, you will see that there are not many of them. I have searched many places to include my local Antique shops with no luck finding any. Below is what I found at one website that talks about restoration, I am sure they would love to have this piano as the one I saw on their site sold for $15,000 (restored). offer as you will but be careful as there are no refunds on this item and I will not ship it. It is on my dock if you arrange pickup with a freight carrier or you would like to take a trip to my pool store in Batesville Arkansas, I will help load it. Its heavy. The Lagonda Piano Company was established about 1900 in New Castle, Indiana. Lagonda built a line of upright pianos, player pianos, and baby grand throughout the first quarter of the 20th Century. Lagonda was controlled and manufactured by the Krell-French Piano Company, then later by the Jesse French Piano Company. The Lagonda name was marketed as an affordable alternative to the costlier Krell-French and Jesse French brand names. Lagonda pianos are very well made instruments. The Lagonda name was discontinued in about 1950.