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Whitney Pianos

Company History of Whitney Pianos

As a subsidiary of Kimball pianos, based in Chicago, Illinois, the Whitney piano was produced by Kimball from 1890 to 1955. [1] Whitney was marketed as a more affordable piano to some of the more expensive Kimball pianos. [2]

See Kimball Pianos for more history.

About Whitney Pianos

The Whitney pianos that Kimball produced were primarily upright and spinet style pianos. Still found today in relatively good, working condition, many Whitney pianos were known for their average tone and quality. Making them perfect for in-home or school use, the Whitney piano was a very successful piano for Kimball Pianos. 

Read more about Kimball pianos and the various piano brand names they produced including Whitney pianos.

Restoring a Whitney Piano

We often work with customers who are deciding whether to restore their piano or not. Many Whitney pianos remain in good condition today. Whether a piano restoration would increase the value of a Whitney piano is something Lindeblad can help you with determining. 

Contact Lindeblad today!

References: 

[1] http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/agesw.htm 

[2] Pierce, W. Robert. Pierce Piano Atlas: Anniversary Edition, 2017 Our 70th Year. Albuquerque: Ashley, 2017. Print.





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