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This 41" Walnut console piano was built in 1979 in New York, when the Sohmer company was still under the ownership of the descendants of its founder, Hugo Sohmer. It has had only one owner, who took great care of the instrument. It has undergone inspection and is in great condition, with no cracks in the soundboard or bridges, and the tuning pins are tight. The hammers show very little wear. Reconditioning found it to be a very solid instrument with little use over the years. It is on our showroom floor and the following has been completed.
We guarantee our work with a 2-year mechanical warranty.
This is a very well made instrument and will last for many more years to come. Sohmer is no longer made in the USA, but a new piano of similar quality would cost upwards of $8500.00. This beautiful, well crafted piano can be yours for much less, and will last for many years to come.
The Sohmer piano company is a unique piano company which began in New York City in 1872, by Hugo Sohmer. It was the first company to manufacture a baby grand piano in 1884 and was innovative in its patents of the aliquot stringing and bridge agraffes.
This company has had some notable owners over the years, including President Calvin Coolidge, composers Victor Herbert and Irving Berlin. However, the company was under the direction of the Sohmer family until 1982, when the company was sold. It underwent a few changes in ownership until it was under the Mason & Hamlin umbrella of pianos until their bankruptcy in 1994. Even though the parent company, Mason & Hamlin was purchased and continues to produce pianos today, the Sohmer piano was last produced in the USA in 1994.
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