Steinway Upright Piano - Model 40

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Steinway Upright Piano Model 40 labeled with width, depth and height in plan and elevation

The Steinway Upright Piano Model 40 was crafted in 1939 as the first vertical piano offered by Steinway. It was originally designed and manufactured by Steinway to satisfy a demand for a conveniently sized piano of good quality.

The Steinway Upright Piano Model 40 has an overall width of 59” (150 cm) and length of 24.25” (62 cm). The overall floor area of the Steinway Upright Piano Model 40 is 9.9 ft2 (.92 m2).

Details

*Under Development*

Height: 
Width:
59” | 150 cm
Depth:
Length:
24.25” | 62 cm
:
:
Weight:
480 lb | 218 kg

Classification: Console

Materials:
Designer:
Steinway
Year:
1939

Properties

Drawings include:
Steinway Upright Piano Model 40 side elevation, front, plan

Related Collections

Downloads

2D Downloads

Right Click and 'Save As' to Download
Ad Blocker
Enjoy free drawings? We do too! 
Advertising helps fund our work.
Please support the project by disabling
or whitelisting your ad blocker while browsing Dimensions.Guide. Thanks!

The piano is a musical string and percussion instrument utilized in classical and contemporary music genres. Invented around the year 1700, the piano draws inspiration from the harpsichord and the clavichord. A piano has a minimum of 88 keys; 52 white or natural keys and 36 black or accidental keys.