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Marshall & Wendell Louis XV Ivory Baby Grand Piano

Marshall & Wendell is one of the oldest and most renowned piano manufacturers in American history. Their pianos were built of superior quality, and we often quite elaborate and ornate.

$20,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
Sold
Specifications
  • YEAR: 1926
  • LENGTH: 5 feet, 4 inches
  • FINISH: Distressed Ivory With Gold Trim
  • STATUS: Pending Restoration
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This is a lovely Louis XV carved grand piano built by the famous Marshall & Wendell Piano Company in about 1926. Marshall & Wendell built high quality, expensive pianos from about 1836-1953, one of the few American piano manufactures to survive well over a century! This piano is made of elegantly carved mahogany wood, and was originally finished in a distressed ivory finish with gold trim. This piano measures 5’4” long, and is considered a perfect size for most homes and serious musicians alike. An authentic matching bench is included. This piano can be equipped with computerized player mechanisms if desired.

INSTRUMENT CATALOGS & EPHEMERA

19th Century Marshall & Wendell Advertisements 19th Century Advertisements For The Marshall & Wendell Piano Company
Little Gem Advertisements Late 19th Century Advertisements For The "Little Gem" Brand Upright Piano, Manufactured By Marshall & Wendell Piano Company
Marshall & Wendell Catalog 1920 Sales brochure for Marshall & Wendell Piano Company, featuring their line of upright, grand and player pianos, Circa 1920
Marshall & Wendell Catalog 1930 Color Illustrated Catalog for Marshall & Wendell Piano Company, featuring their line of upright, grand and player pianos, Circa 1930
Parlor Gem Advertisements Late 19th Century Advertisement For The "Parlor Gem" Brand Square Grand Piano, Manufactured By Marshall & Wendell Piano Company

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