Gulbransen Player Baby Grand Piano

What a rare and unusual piano! This piano is an old fashion, foot pedal operated player piano from the ’20s era, but rather than being in the form of a traditional upright, it is a baby grand!

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YEAR: 1929
LENGTH: 5 feet, 7 inches
FINISH: Mahogany
STATUS: Restored

This piano was built by the famous Gulbransen Piano Company of Chicago in 1925, and is made of mahogany wood. When you sit at the piano, the music rack has doors that slide open to expose the music roll. The pumping pedals swing down from underneath the piano for playing the piano automatically. When not being used as a player piano, the player piano mechanisms can be stowed away and the piano used as a regular baby grand! Attached here is a vintage ad from Gulbransen showing this piano being sold in 1925 for $1,275, the cost of a small house! This piano will be restored to like new condition, and an original matching bench is included.


Can you find your instrument listed in these antique catalogs?

Gulbransen Illustrated Player Piano Catalog 1920
20th Century Gulbransen Piano Company Catalog, Featuring Their Player Piano Line, Circa 1920
Gulbransen Illustrated Piano Sales Catalog 1948
20th Century Gulbransen Piano Company Catalog, Featuring Their Spinet & Console Lines, Circa 1948
Gulbransen Logo
Early 20th Century Trade Logo For The Gulbransen Piano Company
Gulbransen Advertisements
Early 20th Century advertisements for the Gulbransen Piano Company