The Irving name was one of the brand names built and sold by the famous M. Schulz Piano Company of Chicago. Irving was sold as a more affordable alternative to the costlier M. Schulz brand. Both reasonably priced and of good quality, Irving would have been a desirable choice during the first quarter of the 20th Century. Irving pianos were manufactured during the 1900 â 1929 era, and were discontinued just before the Great Depression.
INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA
Early 20th Century flyer for Irving brand pianos by M. Schulz Piano Company