In their prime, Baldwin pianos were widely considered one of the best American pianos one could buy, and maybe the only true rival to the New York Steinway. Concert grand pianos like this one are not in high demand, but if you have a concert venue or church that needs one, nothing less will satisfy your piano needs.
Upright pianos are the tallest within vertical piano class. These are very tall instruments with large soundboards and long strings, capable of projecting an impressive volume. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many large uprights were manufactured in America, and vintage instruments like these are readily available; however, caution should be taken when dealing with an instrument like this, due to many unknown factors affecting the condition of the piano. If you properly maintain an upright piano, it can perform well for many decades to come.