The Model L made its entrance to Steinway’s offering of pianos in 1923 with a redesigned case, cast-iron plate, and scale as compared to the Model O. Like its predecessor in size, the Living Room grand gained popularity not only for use in the home and smaller recital spaces, but also as a practice instrument in music conservatories and schools. Production of the Model L ceased in 2005 with the reintroduction of the Steinway Model O.
Steinway Heirloom Collection
A Steinway of uncommon character that plays like new, the Steinway Heirloom Collection was created to distinguish the finest vintage Steinway pianos in the world — rebuilt, Steinway Factory–Restored and hand-painted to look and play like new. Unlike pianos you may find elsewhere, the rebuilt Steinway Factory–Restored quality and authenticity of these instruments are 100%–certified by Steinway. Each Steinway Heirloom piano is a handcrafted work of art, expressing the unique design elements and personality of the historic era in which it was created.