Steinway 1853 New York Sterling 1866 Derby A characteristically American brand of piano. Also, if I had to guess, I'd say the condition is good to very good. Cable Cable began a career in teaching but later joined the Wolfinger Organ Company. I would like to know how valuable this piano is. This company's purchasing power contributed immeasurably to the integrity and value of instruments that were made in the various Divisions.
It also has the original adjustable piano seat. Unfortunately, most of this quality wood is gone forever. Brown came from the Chickering Company where he had several patents for his work. The Chase Piano started in Indiana, joined with Hackley Piano Company a few years later and they became leaders from the Muskegon area. Hardman 1842 New York Known for the artistic beauty of its case and also its remarkable durability. French Jesse 1875 Nashville Invented the Dulcet Tone whereby a damper will leave one string open, thus creating a peculiar sympathetic tone quality.Next
Tremaine was a business genius who brought about the commercial exploitation of the piano player on a big scale. Sterling Charles Sterling took over the Birmingham Organ Company in 1871, formed the Sterling Company in 1873 and began producing pianos in 1885. He began in Vermont, teaching music but then manufacturing pianos-the first in Vermont. In 1793, the firm abandoned harpsichords after its popularity declined. It distributes its products through dealers. After Healy died, his son took over the business and included the making of pianos.
This page is ever changing so check back occasionally for updates. Please be patient as we are updating this page on a daily basis. Among some of the most famous musical personalities to use the pianos they manufacture include Mozart, Haydn, Chopin, Beethoven and Liszt. Those large decals are worth a lot of money now, but there is no way to lift it off. Schimmel 1885 Leipzig Europeans largest piano maker. As a result, the wood rings are very close together due to slower growth. Each piano is manufactured with a unique serial number that is recorded for future reference of not only when it was made but also where.Next
When Story retired his son joined Clark and they began manufacturing reed organs. This is a heavy, full size instrument with a powerful and awesome presence. He could play the piano well and detect the slightest imperfection. Haines Brothers Napoleon Haines and his brother Francis came to America from England when Napoleon was eight years old. When that tree was growing 200 years ago, America's forests were very dense and trees had to struggle to grow.Next
I know you can't tell me more than that without seeing it or knowing all what needs to be done but I will be happy with the year. Regis, Sargent, Schroeder, Valley Gem and Winton. After his death his son James took control. These organs were the highest in quality and tone. The Aeolian Company established a factory for making pianos in Gotha, Germany for Steck pianos and later built a factory near London to make the Weber pianos. Kimball William Wallace Kimball was born in Maine, and came to Chicago where he became a piano dealer.Next
The younger Bush had studied with Woods and Company and with Kimball Company. I would doubt that an upright this old would have much value. The New York Knickerbacher aristocracy kept them in business. Bechstein 1853 Berlin Makers of fine German pianos Becker Bros. John wanted to return to Italy upon retirement.Next
He saw the small business expand to produce 18,000 pianos a year before he died. Gulbransen 1904 Chicago Known for its player piano actions. John Campbell was a factory organizer and business man. Decker worked in the same shop as Albert Weber, going to work later for Boardman and Gray in New York. American 1908 Rochester Helped create the Aeolian Piano Co.Next