I have a M. Schulz Co. piano from Chicago. It has the date that M. Schulz was establish 1869 inside, along with the serial number 76271. Any idea how old it may be?
Good thinking :>) Also remove the middle C key complete and see if there is writing on it.
M. SCHULZ & CO.
Pianos, player-pianos. Grand and Reproducing Pianos known throughout the piano world as instruments of the highest class. The M. Schultz piano of the best known, most highly organized, reputable and extensive piano manufacturing concerns in the country. Technically, the instruments made by this concern and note for scientific correctness of scale, highest grade of workmanship, and extreme care in choice of only the finest in material, backed up by long experience. The tone quality of M. Schulz pianos is the strong point of them, possessing a roundness, purity and mellow singing beauty all its own. This company is also distinguished for turning out case work of true artistic excellence, with a purity of design and fineness of finish which are in every way distinguished. Added refinements in case designs of special period art models are features of M. Schulz Co. production. Aria Divina Reproducing pianos are a standard with dealers everywhere.
1907 - 3500 1913 - 80000 1919 - 140000 1925 - 190000
1911 - 62000 1917 - 120000 1923 - 170000 1929 - 226000
1912 - 71000 1918 - 130000 1924 - 180000 1930 - 230000
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