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Singer

The History of Singer Pianos

The Singer Piano Company was established in 1884 in Chicago, Illinois. In the early 1900’s, Steger & Sons Piano Manufacturing Company bought out the company, and production of the Singer line moved to Steger, Illinois. The Singer line of pianos was discontinued sometime in the late 1920’s. [1] 

About Singer Pianos

Unfortunately, there is very little information available about Singer pianos. The few instruments that have come through the market in recent years are attractive with beautiful touch. [2] 

Restoring a Singer Piano

Because so very little is known about Singer pianos today, it is almost impossible to put a dollar value on them. If you find yourself in the possession of a Singer, or other, antique piano, please contact Lindeblad today, and we will walk you through the history and value of your instrument. 

References: 

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

[2] http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/agess.htm#SINGER