Chickering was the 1st piano maker in America. There isn't anything more Americana than this. Built in Boston. It measures 54" wide and 64" in length. The keys are real ivory and they all work. Their condition is excellent except for one key that needs a little tlc. Overall the piano is in very good condition but it is very dusty and dirty. It has the original bench w it. It also has several pcs of sheet music (30)from the early 1900 - 1930s that are like new condition. I recently saw a refurbished one like this sell for $26,000.00 Im not 100 % sure, but it appears that everything is original. If anyone knows any info about a museum that might be interested please let me know. Thanks.