Chickering Ebony Parlor Grand Piano

Jonas Chickering was the first piano builder in America, established in 1823. They are known for building some of the finest pianos in history.

$28,000
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
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Specifications
  • YEAR: 1907
  • LENGTH: 6 feet, 10 inches
  • FINISH: Ebony
  • STATUS: Restored
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description

These larger Chickering parlor grand pianos are considered by many to be just about the perfect piano in every way. Chickering was the first piano manufacturer in America, and they are known to have built some of the finest pianos in the world. This piano is made in the traditional contemporary style with clean, graceful lines. It is a very handsome instrument and is finished in a beautiful hand-rubbed black satin lacquer finish. This piano has a tremendous tone and an even, light touch. It has a warm, mellow tone and has been restored to mint condition. This is a rare opportunity to own a larger Chickering instrument at about half the price of a new one. An original matching bench is included. This piano can be fitted with a computerized player mechanism if desired.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

19th Century Chickering & Sons Ads A few 19th Centuruy Advertisements For Chickering & Sons Piano Company
20th Century Chickering Advertisements Early 20th Century Advertisements From The Chickering & Sons Piano Company
Chickering Illustrated Sales Catalog 1880 19th Century Chickering & Sons Illustrated Sales Catalog, Circa 1880
Chickering Illustrated Sales Catalog 1883 19th Century Chickering & Sons Illustrated Sales Catalog, Circa 1883

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