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ANTIQUE PLAYER PIANO STANDARD PNEUMATIC ACTION CO DUO ART WOOD BASE- COMES WITH PIANO BENCH- COMES WITH ROLLS OF MUSIC AEOLIAN/AEOLIAN - AMERICAN Est. 1903 - New York, N.Y.
The manufacturing facilities at East Rochester was comprised of a series of separate and individual factories planned so that manufacturing of the various instruments was carried on in an entirely individual and distinct manner, and by separate organizations, each under direction of men who had been associated with each respective make for many years, thus preserving, unimpaired, the individual and distinctive qualities of each piano.
This Pianola, Ukelano piano was purchased, second hand, by my mother with they lived in Rochester, N.Y. My parents moved to South Florida and brought the piano with them. It has been in the family from the early 60’s. We no longer use the piano so have decided to sell it.
My wife contacted Danny’s Pianos and Organs to give us an estimate of its current value and condition. The piano plays fine but the player part is in need of vacuum hose repair.
The serial number established the date manufactured to be 1912. My father was raised in the Corning, Rochester area, probably why my parents purchased the piano when they lived there.

We are selling the piano and about 70+ Q-R-S rolls.
Contact Rick text or e-mail
Terms of sale: CASH ONLY or PayPal All sales final, no warranty.
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Pickup and delivery are the responsibility of the buyer….WE CANNOT DELIVER.

Piano History
A walnut Pianola player piano with music rolls, instructional books, and matching bench. The Pianola features a center mechanism which plays music on perforated scrolls. The 'Ukelano' attachment is operated by a choke-type cable under the keybed on the left hand side of the piano. It is also known as a 'Honky-Tonk' or 'Mandolin' feature.
The Pianola name was the brand name given to the Aeolian Corporation’s highest grade of player pianos built during the first quarter of the 20th Century. The Aeolian Corporation was one of the largest and most successful piano companies in American History. Established in 1903, Aeolian originally built its empire on the new-found popularity of the player piano and Pianola. Aeolian went on to be a leading builder of all types of pianos and organs in America and Europe, and most of their pianos during this time were of excellent quality. Aeolian was in control of dozens of piano companies abroad, and in 1932 it merged with the American Piano Corporation to form the Aeolian-American Corporation. The Aeolian-American Corporation continued to build thousands of pianos under many different names for decades throughout the 20th Century. After the World War 2 era, Aeolian re-introduced a line of small modern upright player pianos under the “Pianola” brand name. These modern player pianos were popular for several decades, and many were sold through the 1950s-1980s era.


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