The Sohmer Piano Company built some of the finest pianos in American history. Sohmer was established in 1872 by Hugo Sohmer and K. Kuder when they purchased the Marshall & Mittauer Piano Factory in New York. Sohmer was one of the largest and most prestigious piano makers of the 19th and early 20th Centuries, and they offered a full line of squares, grands, uprights, and player pianos. Sohmer was known for their use of elaborate woods and had a reputation for exquisite craftsmanship. Sohmer is one of only a handful of American piano manufacturers to survive and keep the company in the family throughout the 20th Century. Sohmer was sold to Pratt Reed & Company in 1982, then it was sold again subsequently. Sohmer was out of production for a few years in the 1990s, but the prestigious old name is being produced again today.


Sohmer Piano Catalog 1880 Lovely 19th Century Illustrated Sales Catalog From The Sohmer Piano Company of New York, Circa 1880
Sohmer Advertisement Vintage catalog advertisement for the "First 5 Foot Grand Piano Built In America" by the Sohmer Piano Company, Circa 1884
20th Century Sohmer Advertisements Early 20th Century Advertisements From The Sohmer Piano Company
19th Century Sohmer Advertisements 19th Century Sohmer Piano Company Advertisements
Sohmer Cartoon Catalog Late 19th Century Illustrated Catalog Of Cartoon Style Advertisements By The Sohmer Piano Company, Circa 1895
Sohmer Piano Catalog 1925 Beautifully Illustrated Early 20th Century Sales Catalog & Price List From Sohmer Piano Company, Circa 1925
Sohmer Piano Catalog 1918 Early 20th Century Sales Catalog & Price List For Sohmer Piano Company, Circa 1918


$40,000 After Total Restoration
1927 | For Sale
1918 | Sold
$30,000 After Total Restoration
1900 | Sold
$20,000 After Total Restoration
1923 | Sold
$30,000 After Total Restoration
1884 | Sold