Weber Duo Art Louis XVI Carved Grand Player Piano

The Weber Piano Company was one of the leading American piano companies of the 19th and 20th Centuries, and are noted for their high quality, expensive pianos.

$65,000 after total restoration
(not including applicable sales tax & shipping charges)
DEPOSITS: The restoration of this instrument has not been completed. A 30% deposit is required on instruments pending restoration. This deposit holds the instrument and keeps it from being offered to another clients, and it also makes that piano's restoration a priority. Once we complete the restoration, we invite the client to visit our shop to see and hear the piano. If the client is unable to visit our shop, we will send professional photos and videos of the piano for review. The client then has the option of paying the balance and purchasing the piano, transferring their balance to another piano in our shop, or getting a full refund for their deposit. The client is never at risk.
For Sale
Pay a 30% deposit per item
YEAR: 1925
LENGTH: 5 feet, 10 inches
FINISH: Walnut
STATUS: Pending Restoration

This exquisite "Duo-Art" grand piano was built by the famous Weber Piano Company in 1925, the "Golden Age" of piano building in America. This piano is of the rare and desirable "Louis XVI" style in walnut wood. Note the elegant burl wood panels that adorn the sides of the piano, giving the piano a "two tone" depth of color and wood grand that is rich and formal in appearance. It has been our experience that these Weber pianos are among some of the most well made pianos built in America during the early 20th Century. A matching bench is included.

This piano was originally built as a Duo-Art Player Piano which played from perforated music rolls. The piano can either be restored back to it's original form with the pneumatic player system, or it can be equipped with modern computerized player mechanisms which stream the music live from an iPod, etc. The fact that the piano is equipped with the Pianomation player system does not change the manual playability of the instrument in any way.