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Winter & Company Piano Music New York Ny Ny Nyc Gold Painted Cast Metal Sign For Sale
Winter & Company Piano Music New York, NYGold Painted Cast Metal Sign. Measures 10-5/8" l x 1-1/4" h x 1/8" thick. There is a little paint loss in a couple of spots and on the back there is residue from what looks like some type of adhesive, otherwise, it is in good condition.
In my research I found the following history of the Winter Piano Company, and I quote (from The Antique Piano Shop website): The Winter Piano Company was originally established in 1899 by Julius Winter. In 1901, Julius Winter purchased the Heller Piano Company of New York, absorbing the Heller brand name into the Winter Piano Company. In 1903, a new, state-of-the-art factory was erected on Southern Boulevard. Winter was very successful, and began building pianos under the 'Rudolf' name, utilizing their old factory for the manufacturing of Rudolf pianos. In 1904, Winter began building player pianos under the 'Master-Player' brand name. Prior to the Great Depression, Winter became part of the large Aeolian-American Corporation, and their factories were used to build a number of brand names that were controlled by Aeolian at the time. Winter's most famous contribution to the industry was the 'Winter Musette', the first spinet-style upright piano built in America circa about 1931. When the piano industry went under with the Great Depression, the introduction of the spinet piano essentially saved the industry by offering a new, sleek looking piano that would fit in most modern interiors. Unlike their upright predecessors which were sometimes as high as 60 inches tall, the new Winter Musette spinet piano was barely 36 inches high! The Winter name was discontinued in the 1980's when Aeolian went out of business."
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Winter & Company Piano Music New York Ny Ny Nyc Gold Painted Cast Metal Sign: $22