Lindenburg Upright Player Piano In Mission Oak Case
This beautiful Lindenberg player piano was built by the Columbus Piano Company of Columbus, Ohio in 1920. Although Lindenberg built pianos from about 1905 until 1928, their pianos are a bit rare today.
This piano is made of beautiful “tiger-stripe” quarter sawn oak wood and is of the desirable Mission style. Even the interior mechanisms of the piano are made of quarter sawn oak wood, indicating this was a high-grade, top of the line model.
This piano was originally built as a pneumatically operated player piano, but a buyer has the choice of having it restored with the original mechanisms or being equipped with the computerized Pianomation player system ( https://antiquepianoshop.com/restoration-packages/qrs-pianomation-player-installation/) The Pianomation player system allows the piano to play by itself by streaming music live on an iPod, computer, iPad, etc. Thousands of song titles are available!
A matching quarter sawn oak piano bench is included.