Interesting to see the pics as the innards look the same to my untrained eyes aside from the sostenuto pedal.
The pictures show only wear and tear on the surfaces, which don't tell much other than age which you new already, but....
1) the black finishing on the old one appears to be so-so preserved lacquer, vs the new being high polish poly
2) the tuning pins (as well as the hardware) of the old one is well tarnished
3) the soundboard also appear to be a bit aged
These are BIG clues that the two instruments are quite not the same.
What it matter most, you don't see: how good/bad are the strings? the hammers? the felt in the dampers? the action? Heck, you don't even see a picture of the latter! Does it hold a tune? Does it have serious cracks in the bridges? It does not appear to have serious cracks in the soundboard, but is it so, or just carefully chosen shooting point and light for the picture? Does it have reasonable crown left in the soundboard?
As others said, it depends on your goals. If you want a total rebuild, you care ONLY about structural soundness: how are the rims and the posts underneath? Does the plate have any crack? If you want to do a partial rebuild or just use it as is you care about these two AND all the questions I mentioned above AND several others.
If you could try it in person, better yet with a good technician, it may be a good price. In the USA it is not uncommon to have people hoping that you will PAY them to haul away what basically is a their heavy piece of trash (not say that's the case here, but you have to be aware that it's POSSIBLE and you have to do your homework to know exactly what you are getting into)
Best of luck!