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Boudoir (Columbus Co.)
The Boudoir brand name was produced by The Columbus Piano Company of Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus Piano Company was established in 1904 and the name of the firm was changed to the Lindenburg Piano Company in 1915.
Pianos built under the Boudoir brand label were small upright pianos and player piano designed for people with limited floor space.  The small Boudoir model was introduced decades before modern console or spinet style upright pianos, proving that the firm was ahead of its time.  Boudoir pianos are not very common, indicating that they were not sold in large numbers.
The few Boudoir pianos we have seen have been of various different sizes and styles, from tiny 4 octave uprights barely 40 inches high to full 88 note uprights that are almost conventional in size. These unusual pianos are definitely unique and potentially valuable, and they deserve to be restored and preserved.
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Boudoir Piano and Player Piano Sales Catalog From The Columbus Piano Company, Circa 1908
Early 20th Century Magazine Article From The Lindenberg/Columbus Piano Company, Makers Of The “Boudoir” Piano, Circa 1915
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