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This restored Mason & Hamlin 5'8" mahogany satin grand was built in 1913, in the USA. This piano was restored by RPI in 1999. Restoration included full refinishing, a new soundboard, bridges, pinblock, strings and tuning pins, new action parts and hammers. This piano has been with one family since restoration.
A matching Jansen artist bench is included. This piano has been inspected and is in excellent condition. The case has no fading and the hammers have very little wear. It will be reconditioned soon.
Reconditioning will include:
We back our work with a 2-year mechanical warranty.
A new Mason & Hamlin piano is indeed a wonderful piano, and the 5'8" size is still made today. New, the piano costs about $96,200. If you want a wonderful piano for a fraction of that price, consider a preowned Mason!
In 1854 Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin founded the Mason & Hamlin piano company in Boston, MA. This was the beginning of a long lasting relationship that brought innovative applications to the design of the piano, including the "tension resonator" and the "screw stringer" mechanism. While the Screw Stringer mechanism is no longer used today, the tension resonator device is still incorporated into the Mason design.
The Mason & Hamlin company enjoyed success in the US until the great depression of 1930, when they became part of the Aeolian-American company. They continued to be produced as a high level instrument until the 1980's when the large company dissolved. The Mason & Hamlin name changed hands a few times until 1996 when it was bought by the Brothers Kirk & Gary Burgett, who still own the company today.
Mason & Hamlin is one of two piano brands that are still made in the USA today, although their Artist & Classic series grands are made in China.
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