I have a Story and Clark (sn=199481) which appears to have been built in 1948. During the restoration of my home from Hurricane Charley my piano did not fare well. I am now worried that the cost to repair it may grossly exceed it's value. Prior to the storm I had just had it restored. It was a pleasure watching my children learn on their great grandmothers piano. Now I am wondering if it is worth the cost to repair of if Grammy would just say "use the insurance money to buy a new and better piano". Part of the problem is that I have no idea what it is worth or where it resides on the quality scale. Websites I've browsed are not very forthcoming. There is certainly a sentimental value to it - but I don't want to spend thousands repairing a piano that isn't worth even half that. Any one here have some input or knowledge on the subject?