Early Hallet & Cumston Square Grand Piano in Brazilian Rosewood
This early square piano was built by Hallet & Cumston in 1855, nearly a decade prior to the Civil War. The instrument is made of lovely Brazilian Rosewood and is of the Empire Revival style which was popular before the War.
Because it is an earlier instrument, this piano is not quite as large as the post-Civil War pianos, making it ideal for someone with limited space. Although portions of the music rack are missing in these photos (photos were taken prior to restoration), the music rack will be restored back to its original condition with all of the beautiful fretted latticework intact.
This piano is being restored to like-new condition, inside and out. Computerized player mechanisms can be added if desired.