Sterling

Charles A. Sterling organized the Sterling Piano Company in Derby, Connecticut in 1866. In the early years, Sterling produced both pianos and organs, but ceased organ production in favor of the more popular piano after the first couple of decades in business. The Sterling Piano Company built several different piano names including Mendelssohn, Huntington, Goetz & Co., Richardson and Lohmann. After the Great Depression, Sterling merged with the Winter Piano Company, and the Sterling name was produced until the 1960s.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

Sterling Piano Catalog 1885 Late 19th Century illustrated sales catalog from the Sterling Piano Company, circa 1885
Sterling Pianos Catalog 1892

Late 19th Century illustrated sales catalog from the Sterling Piano Company, circa 1892.

Sterling Piano Catalog 1908 Early 20th Century illustrated sales catalog from the Sterling Piano Company, circa 1908
Sterling Piano Catalog 1912 Early 20th Century illustrated sales catalog from the Sterling Piano Company, circa 1912
Sterling Advertisements Period Advertisements From The Sterling Piano & Organ Company, Derby, CT
Sterling Organ Flyer 19th Century Flyer For Sterling Piano & Organ Company

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