Livingston pianos were one of three main piano lines that Weaver Piano Company marketed in the early twentieth century. Weaver Piano Company made their Livingston pianos into uprights and player-pianos out of their York, Pennsylvania factory from around 1900 to 1930. Weaver instruments tend to withstand the test of time, indicating that their instruments were well made and built to a higher standard than the average piano.
See Weaver Piano Company for further history.
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Restoration to an antique Livingston Weaver piano may be costly, but in the end, it could be worth the investment. Whether you need internal or external reparations done to your piano, Lindeblad is here to help. Contact us for specific information about a Livingston piano and the potential value of the instrument.