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THIS BUTLER BROS. PLAYER PIANO WAS BUILT IN 1924 IN CINCINNATI. THE TIGER STRIPE OAK CABINET HAS BEEN COMPLETELY REFINISHED, WITH ALL THE BRASS POLISHED AND ALL THE TRIM FELT REPLACED. THE PLAYER HAS BEEN COMPLETLY RESTORED, AND THE PIANO HAS NEW KEYTOPS AND ALL NEW KEY FELTS, BRIDLE STRAPS AND DAMPER FELTS. IT HAS BEEN FULLY REGULATED TO LOOK, FEEL, AND SOUND AS IT DID WHEN NEW. 
THIS MAHOGANY CONSOLE WAS BUILT BY CHICKERING AND COMPANY OF BOSTON IN 1943. IT FEATURES A SET OF ORIGINAL IVORY KEYS (RARE IN A CONSOLE) IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE CABINET FINISH IS ORIGINAL, HOWEVER THE PIANO ACTION HAS BEEN COMPLETLY REGULATED AND IS IN PERFECT PLAYING CONDITION.
THIS RICHMOND PLAYER UPRIGHT WAS BUILT BY THE STARR PIANO COMPANY OF RICHMOND, INDIANA IN 1915. IT HAS A BEAUTIFUL REFINISHED OAK CABINET AND A COMPLETELY RESTORED PLAYER ACTION. THE KEYTOPS HAVE BEEN REPLACED, AND THE PIANO ACTION IS CURRENTLY BEING RESTORED AND REGULATED.
This reed organ was built by the George Woods Company of Boston, and has a rosewood cabinet with scarlet accents. Our craftsmen have repaired it to good working condition, and it now pumps easily and has a good tone. The cabinet has been modified at some point, but is still quite handsome, with decorative carvings on the front and sides. A warranty card tacked to the inside of the cabinet carries the date of August 7th, 1884, which would most likely be the date of the reed organís manufacture.
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