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The Estey Piano & Organ Company was one of the most important players in the late 19th and early 20th Century Piano & Organ manufacturing business. Established in 1846, Estey was one of the few American manufacturers to survive over a century. By the 19th Century, Estey was the largest producer of reed organs in the world.
In 1885 The Estey Organ Company purchased The Simpson & Proddow Piano Company of New York City, incorporating itself into the now famous Estey Piano & Organ Company.  Estey became one of the largest piano manufacturers in New York and the firm was immensely successful.  The Estey Piano & Organ Company manufactured many high-quality lines of upright pianos, grand pianos, player pianos and organs during the early 20th Century.
In 1929, B. K. Settegren of B. K. Settergren Company purchased the Estey Piano & Organ Company.  In 1935 the firm became The Estey Piano Corporation and B. K. Settergren served as President of the firm.  The Estey Piano Corporation managed to survive both the remainder of The Great Depression and World War ll with great success by introducing mid-century modern spinet pianos and electronic organs to their product line.
INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

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19th Century Illustrated Estey Organ Catalog, circa 1875
Estey Piano Company Illustrated Sales Catalog, circa 1891
Estey Piano Company Illustrated Sales Catalog, circa 1896
Estey Piano Company Illustrated Sales Catalog, circa 1925
Estey Piano Advertisements
Period 19th & 20th Century Piano Advertisement from the Estey Piano & Organ Company
Estey Piano Advertisements
Period 19th Organ Advertisement from the Estey Piano & Organ Company
Turn-Of-The-Century Advertisement For Estey Pianos & Organs
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