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Steger & Sons
The Steger Piano Company was established in 1879 by John V. Steger. In 1892 the company was incorporated as The Steger & Sons Piano Manufacturing Company. John Steger left Chicago and founded the nearby town of Steger, Illinois, in order to establish the Steger piano factory there. Steger & Sons were known for building very good pianos, and they prospered for several decades. The firm produced pianos under the brand names of Steger & Company, Mellostrello, Crest, Thompson, Singer, and Artemis. Steger & Sons continued to build pianos until about 1959.
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Early 20th Century advertisements for the Steger & Sons Piano Company
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Steger & Sons Baby Grand Piano

$20,000.00

Steger & Sons built exceptionally high quality, expensive pianos from 1893-1956 in Chicago (Steger, IL). Steger celebrated many years of building marvelous pianos, but unfortunatly they are quite rare today.

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Steger & Sons Parlor Grand Piano

$23,000.00

Steger & Sons built exceptionally high quality, expensive pianos from 1893-1956 in Chicago (Steger, IL). Steger celebrated many years of building marvelous pianos, but unfortunatly they are quite rare today.