Peerless Arts & Crafts Style Nickelodeon Player Piano

Elegant Peerless Player Piano With Beautiful Craftsman Style Art Glass & Lamps

$25,000
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
Sold
Specifications
  • YEAR: 1911
  • FINISH: Quarter Sawn Oak
  • STATUS: Restored
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The Peerless Player Piano Company of St. Johnsville, NY, was one of the earliest companies to enter into the coin-operated piano field in America. They are known for building exceptionally well made pianos and orchestrions, and they are highly sought after by collectors today.

This piano is a beautiful example of Craftsman design, complimented by beautiful stained glass panels and Mission style stain glass lamps that light up when the piano plays. This piano has been restored to like new condition. The glass lamps and glass panels have been replaced with historically accurate glass, and the original pneumatic player mechanisms are being replaced with computerized player mechanisms. A matching bench is included.


Note: As founder of The Antique Piano Shop, I have personally collected Mission / Arts & Crafts style pianos for over 25 years.  I have a great passion for anything Mission / Arts & Crafts, including Craftsman homes, furniture, and accessories.  If you are a true Arts & Crafts enthusiast, you will appreciate how impossible it is to find true Arts & Crafts / Mission style pianos in today’s market.  Nearly three decades of collecting and preserving these “impossible to find” instruments has allowed me the opportunity to present the largest collection of true Mission / Arts & Crafts style instruments anywhere in the world. 

We are proud to offer the serious enthusiast the option of adding an authentic period instrument for their Craftsman home.

- Michael Stinnett, Founder, The Antique Piano Shop, Inc.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

Peerless Coin Piano Sales Brochure Early 20th Century Sales Brochure From The Peerless Piano Player Company Featuring One Of Their Coin Piano Models

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