CITY Savannah
State GA
Postal / Zip Code 31411
Country United States

Your Piano Forums Name
Piano Brand/Make Chickering
Model Quarter baby grand
Size Please enter Length for grands, or height for verticals 56
Asking Price 2497.00
Choose Style: Traditional
Type: Baby Grand
Choose Finish: Other
Description:

Chickering Quarter Baby Grand Piano Made in the USA

Recently tuned and new strings in the past five years - great instrument for a family on a budget.

Wood is still in almost pristine condition considering it is a 1917 Chickering Quarter Baby Grand Piano. Chickering is sought after for their rich tone and responsive actions. This piano has been lovingly cared for.

Typically sells for $4,500 – $5,000. Asking $2,897 or best reasonable offer.

Built in 1910's during the golden era of the US Piano manufacturing, best sound and workmanship!

Chickering & Sons Piano Technology As one of the most popular piano brands of the 19th century, Chickering & Sons was well known for the quality of their instruments and several key advancements to grand piano technology.
Chickering pianos were the preferred concert piano of its time until Steinway’s rise to prominence in the early 1900s.

As a means to promote their craftsmanship and piano quality, Chickering owned and operated a concert hall both in Boston and in New York city. In fact, Abraham Lincoln even brought several Chickering pianos into the White House to be played by the first family.

Chickering was one of the first piano companies in America and was the biggest producer of pianos in the country at one time. This is a vintage instrument in very good condition.

The furniture also looks beautiful.

Chickering is sought after for their rich tone and responsive actions. This piano has been lovingly cared for. When this piano was made, there were over 1800 companies making pianos in the U.S and Chickering was one of the most respected piano companies in the country. If you have ever played a great Chickering you know why these pianos are sought after – one of the greatest American pianos of all time.

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