Chickering Rosewood Concert Grand Piano

Here Is The King Of The Victorian Concert Stage - This Model Chickering Was Preferred By Famous Pianists Of The Era Such As Liszt, Gottschalk, And Others.

$65,000
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
For Sale
Specifications
  • YEAR: 1865
  • LENGTH: 7 feet, 8 inches
  • FINISH: Brazilian Rosewood
  • STATUS: Restored
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description

Jonas Chickering was the first piano manufacturer in America. The Chickering firm was established in 1823 in Boston, 30 years before Steinway, and the company built the finest pianos the world has known. This piano is a beautifully restored example of the Rococo style Chickering Concert Grand Piano. Note the beautifully carved legs, music rack and pedal lyre which is offset by the stunning rosewood grain. 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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