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.
Console pianos are a great option for beginner or intermediate players looking to upgrade from digital pianos or keyboards. The console is the most common size for a vertical piano, and equips "compact action" with shorter hammers than a larger upright piano. Due to the action's placement over the keys, rather than under (as in a spinet piano), a console typically plays better than a spinet. The console piano is a few inches taller than a spinet, but shorter than a studio model.