The History of the Allison Piano
Started in England in 1837, The Allison Piano Company was one of the most reputable and well-known piano companies at the time. Despite being a British brand, the Allison pianos had gained trans-continental recognition for their unique tone and styles. 
The Allison piano factory was located at 50 New Bond Street, London. The company manufactured square grand, upright and grand pianos, which were the most highly-demanded piano types at the time. Especially when the square piano was still a front-runner style, the Allison piano brand boasted one of the best on the market.  
The company had great success for over a century up until they were purchased by the Chappell Piano Company of England. Chappell continued to build the Allison brand name until about 1959. 
About Allison Pianos
Allison built grand, upright and square grand pianos with a solid tone reflecting the quality of materials used during construction . The Allison piano frame styles, especially for the upright pianos, was very similar to the style used by Grotrian-Steinweg, another popular contemporary piano manufacturer. Heavily advertised at the time, there are still Allison pianos found in antique magazines and newspapers today. 
Restoring an Allison Piano
Allison pianos are made with high-quality materials and restoration can increase their value even more. Call Lindeblad today to get the process started with one of our experts.
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