Finished Projects

     Julia Race Music Services refinishes pianos to sell.  If you are looking for a piano, she may have an instrument that would suit your particular needs.  Below are some examples of work she has done.

Vintage Winter Studio Piano: Sold

  • The featured Winter piano in this section was completed in March, 2011.
  • A former school piano, the exterior was chipped, water-stained and scratched, but the interior was beautiful.
  • The touch was very firm.  This piano also had a great capacity for volume.
  • The keys were leveled and the piano was tuned.
  • The piano case, keybed, and exterior were thoroughly cleaned.  Pedals were refinished.
  • Casters were replaced as one of the original back casters had fallen off.
  • This studio piano was originally made with a golden oak veneer, but the gloss black with several coats of clear was a big improvement.
  • A lightweight portable bench was added.
  • After exterior repairs and refinishing, a new fallboard label and a falboard felt was added.

Baldwin Console Piano: Sold

  • The medium brown walnut finish is a beautiful color.
  • The piano bench has been refinished.  The top surfaces had scratches and cup/plant water marks which were sanded out and restained with a high quality polyurethane product.  The sides of the case were also touched up.
  • New legs were installed as movers broke the original legs.  New leg brackets were also installed, which makes the piano much easier to move.
  • The piano bench was been sanded and refinished.
  • The entire case has been recently cleaned including the back, the keybed, and the lower floor of the case.
  • One key is slightly yellowed compared to the others.
  • The piano was be tuned before sale.    All pianos should be tuned after moving them as the moving may bring the piano out of tune.
  • The tone is not to bright and not too mellow.  The touch is gentle, but not too soft.  The volume capability can be quite loud enough for a small auditorium of singers, but can also be played quietly.
  • This piano’s serial number from the plate is: 1264347
  • The height is 41 inches tall, the length is 57 inches at the longest part, (the lid), and the width is 23 3/4 inches from the back of the soundboard to the front of the key slip.
  • This is an console piano which is slightly taller than a spinnit, shorter than the studio, and much shorter and lighter than the upright.

The Blue Book of Pianos has this to say about Baldwin pianos:

“Pianos bearing this well known and an honorable name was the product of The Baldwin Piano Mfg.Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio, and were. In the best sense of the word, instruments of the highest degree of excellence. The system or chain of scientific improvements peculiar to the Baldwin piano based on the law of acoustics, and known as the Baldwin acoustic system, which permitted the greatest conservation of tone, secures an artistic result of the highest quality, and has resulted in gaining for. It a leading position among the world’s artistic musical instruments. The Baldwin piano has an individuality of the highest character. When it was exhibited at the International Exposition at Paris in 1900 it was honored with an award (The Grand Prix) which has never been bestowed on any, other American piano, and the highest honor ever received by any, piano made In America. The Baldwin pianos are made in most modem and perfectly equipped factories under ideal manufacturing conditions. At the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904, the Baldwin piano was again awarded the Grand Prize and still another Grand Prize was awarded the Baldwin pianos and Manualos at the Anglo-American Exposition, London, 1914. The “New York Tribune,” in commenting on the comprehensive display of the Baldwin Company at Paris, and the success of this piano and this house, said that they made a record that would never he forgot in the history of uprights, grands and reproducing pianos, the grands including the various sizes from concert grands to small grands for parlors. In Rome, 1923, the Baldwin piano was awarded the Papal Medal and the House of Baldwin appointed “Purveyors to the Holy See.” The Baldwin piano is recognized as a universal favorite between the leading operatic artists and virtuosos of the pianoforte. The Baldwin Manualo is a unification of the most artistic piano with the most scientific players’ construction; in other words, it combines the highest artistic attainment in piano production with the most gratifying ability of performance. The entire output is controlled by The Baldwin Piano Company.

The Baldwin Grand Piano, designed, built and guaranteed by the Baldwin Company, Loveland, Ohio, is used exclusively by the first rank of artists in all spheres of musical expression – pianists, composers, conductors, singers, instrumentalists – as well as the outstanding symphony orchestras around the world and in music festivals everywhere. Without reservation, from the nine-foot concert grand to the five feet, two inch grand, every Baldwin embodies the latest concepts of acoustical science and piano making, it is a precision engineered musical instrument of the highest degree of excellence. Any Baldwin made piano is worth the time. Money and energy to rebuild or refurbish.

Baldwin also builds Howard spinet and grand pianos, and Hamilton studio pianos for home and school, all maintain great resale value.”

http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/agesb.htm#BALDWIN

1957 Lester Betsy Ross Spinet Piano Sold

This 1957 upright Betsey Ross Spinet piano by Lester has 88 keys, 3 pedals, and a lovely new polyurethane finish.

It has had the following work done by Julia Race Music Services:

  • The entire case was cleaned including the back, the keybed, and the lower floor of the case.

Top surfaces sanded and refinished.  The deep burgundy color is accented with a high quality polyurethane product.

  • Case lightly sanded and refinished.
  • The piano bench has been refinished.
  • All original plastic elbows have been replaced and come with a guarantee for the life of the piano from the replacement elbow manufacturer.
  • The piano was tuned before sale.    All pianos should be tuned after moving them as the moving may bring the piano out of tune.

This Lester spinit piano is a beautiful addition to any home, apartment, school, church, or community building.  The tone is not harsh or subdued, but unusually rich and sweet for a small piano.  The touch is very soft, or easy to play.  The volume capability is good for a small auditorium of singers, but can also be played quietly.

  • This piano’s serial number from the plate is: 285433
  • The height is 37″ without the music desk back and 43″ with it.
  • The length is 57 1/2″ from side to side.
  • The width is 25″ from the back to the front of the piano at the widest part.
  • The damper, sostenuto, and sustain pedals all work correctly.
  • This piano has a working Damp-Chaser installed.
  • This is a spinet piano which is smaller and lighter than a console, studio, or upright.

The Piano Blue Book has this to say about Lester pianos:

LESTER PIANO COMPANY

Lester pianos won a high place in the world of music because of their sweetness of tone and the care expended in their construction. Adherence, on the part of the Lester Piano Co., to the principle of creating quality instruments, rather than to build vast numbers of pianos, has been the basis of Lester reputation. No detail in Lester construction, by which the tone and durability might he perfected, was permitted to pass. As a result, many famous pianists placed their approval upon Lester pianos. Among them a are such names as the famed director; Louise Homer. American artists; Campanari, eminent baritone; Alice Nielson, operatic soprano; Kneisel, violinist and concert meister; Bell Alten, soprano of Metropolitan opera, and scores of others; also many great music schools, as the New England Conservatory, of Boston; Syracuse University; Broad Street Conservatory, Philadelphia; Converse College, Spartansburg, S. C.; Lewisburg Female Institute, Lewisburg, W. Va.; East Carolina Teachers’ Training School, Greenville, N. C., and many others. Lester pianos are used in nearly 100,000 homes, and in most of the public schools of Philadelphia. What could speak more plainly of piano merit? The Lester player-piano is no less prominent; its action is also the product of Lester Piano Co. factories, and it has many special features of recognized superiority. The latest addition to the Lester line is the Reproducing piano, operated electrically, in both upright and grand cases. The performances of the world’s greatest pianists are accurately reproduced, among others the hand playing of Paderewski, Pugno, Josef Hofmann, Leopold Godowsky, Busoni, DePachmann, Gabrilowitsch. DeBussy and a host of other celebrities.

The Lester Piano Manufacturing Company also produces the well known Betsy Ross Spinets, which have met with outstanding success. This is a complete line pianos including spinets and consoles, 37 and 40 inch models in a wide variety of traditional and modern styles to suit every demand. Lester also makes a 44 inch studio upright piano designed especially for school use with extra long strings for exceptional quality of tone and volume. In addition, the Lester Piano Manufacturing Company produces a 73 note spinet piano for those who want a piano smaller than the Betsy Ross Spinet. Most styles of Lester Betsy Ross Spinets and Console Pianos are equipped with the exclusive Damp-Chaser to insure regulated moisture control at all times. The Lester is the only piano equipped with this amazing Damp-Chaser that protects the piano from dampness in all climates, reduces the number of tunings, keeps the piano in perfect playing condition and prolongs the life of the instrument.

In 1951, the Lester Piano Mfg. Co. added a Custom Series line to the popular Betsy Ross Spinets. This new series included distinctive models in unusual finishes; or any style could be finished to actual order. This Custom Series of Betsy Ross Spinets was met with wide public acceptance and was promoted by Lester national advertising and by dealer advertising.

The Lester “one name . . one quality . . one price” policy was met with the universal approval of dealers and consumers. This policy meant that all Lester Pianos were always of the same musical quality, any difference in price was based on the case. There were no ghost or stencil pianos made by this company It means too that everyone receives equal value since there was only one price for a Lester Piano and that was the factory advertised price. This practice was called a “Fair Trade” policy but was outlawed as price fixing at a later date.

Shortly after World War II, Lester introduced a line of spinets using a new “Plastic” in their actions, plastics were very new in 1947,plastic was new and not intended to be used in piano actions, after a few years these actions began to fall apart. The Lester Company issued what was to become the first major recall of a major purchase. All of the plastic elbows in the actions were replaced on those pianos that were found to be defective. These pianos turn up from time to time, the parts are still available to correct this problem through most piano repair shops.

LESTER (Betsy Ross)

1948 – 175000 1951 – 209000 1954 – 241000 1958 – 299700
1949 – 181000 1952 – 220000 1956 – 272000 1959 – 308800
1950 – 193000 1953 – 231000 1957 – 280000 1960 – 324400″

Kimball Walnut Piano: Sold

This beautiful Kimball Spinet piano is encased in genuine walnut wood.  The color is a golden shade.  The top was refinished to remove cup marks.  The piano holds a tune well and will be tuned before pick up.  I encourage prospective buyers to personally visit this piano and play it before buying.  The touch is very soft and responsive with no extra noises.  The volume of sound is appropriate for home, student, small group, and large group use.  I have used this piano for teaching my piano students and for church use and have received compliments on the look and feel of the piano.  It feels and sounds nice and has no annoying features.  The bench lid wood was replaced and recovered.  All 88 keys and 3 pedals are in great shape and work as intended.  The serial number is S83524.  The model number is 3747.

Dimensions:

37” High

58” Long

24 ¾” Deep

I am a certified piano technician who loves to play the piano.  I especially like to take pianos in good mechanical condition and refinish them, play them for a several months to ensure that all annoying problems are fixed, then sell them.  Many times a good piano is overlooked because someone put a cup of water on the lid and left it there to condensate.  I use professional auto body tools to create the smoothest possible surface and personally color match the refinishing products.  Due to space concerns, I have to limit myself to under 6 pianos at a time.  This one is done, and I am ready to take on my next project, a Steinway Sheridan from the 1960’s.  The sale of the pianos I list provides supplementary income for my piano tuning and lesson business.  One of my goals is to help others enjoy their piano.

If you would like to meet this piano, please call me at (570) 295-0371.  This piano is located in Lock Haven, P.A. 17745.

About KIMBALL:

“Established 1857. An old and distinguished house of international standing and reputation. Since its inception, the firm has been under the continuous ownership and control of the Kimball family. One of the world’s quality manufacturers of pianos, grand pianos, consoles, consolettes, spinets and studio models. The unlimited enterprise and commercial strength of the W. W. Kimball Co., Chicago, manufacturers of the “Kimball” piano have pushed forward the fame and triumphs of the instrument. The “Kimball” has received endorsements from both the public and the professional, on the artistic elements of the piano world and that to an extent that has been rarely equaled. The Kimball received the highest awards Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, 1902, and the Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, l910 and 1912. The Kimball is made under conditions which, to an almost absolute degree assure perfect adaptation and fitting together of its parts. The plant in which it is manufactured is one of the finest and best equipped in the world there being few which approach it in magnitude of production or in the perfection of its adaptation to the purpose for which it is designed. The manufacturers of the “Kimball” are men of long experience in the musical instrument industry. The Kimball concert grand has been used by and is the preference of and has been endorsed by a large number of artists many of whom while using it has scored their greatest public triumphs as concert soloists.” – http://bluebookofpianos.com/agesk.htm#KIMBALL

KIMBALL, W. W.

“Established 1857. An old and distinguished house of international standing and reputation. Since its inception, the firm has been under the continuous ownership and control of the Kimball family. One of the world’s quality manufacturers of pianos, grand pianos, consoles, consolettes, spinets and studio models.

The Kimball plant, occupies approximately 200,000 square feet of floor space. The building is equipped with modern machinery and appliances for an ideal mixture of fine craftsmanship and modern methods. In the manufacture of these instruments the best and most reliable materials are used and an exceptionally high class of labor is employed. Completion of the plant in May, 1956, revealed completely new dry kiln and lumber handling equipment, extensive conveyor systems, and the air-conditioned office facilities. The program included acquisition of the newest modern machinery, including many special machines developed by Kimball engineers and employees.

The Kimball line of grands includes several sizes Vertical type pianos included a special school and studio model. Artist Console, Consolette, and Spinet models were available in a wide range of modern and period designs. The Kimball Consolette has four exclusive Tone-Touch features: The Kimball Pipe-Organ Tone Chamber, produced through the combined skill of the Company’s pipe organ and piano technicians; the Kimball Unilocked Scale; the Kimball patented Direct Blow Action; and the new Kimball Life-crowned Toneboard, which will not split or crack open and permanently holds the crown developed through years of research and experiment. The Kimball technical staff draws all scales, designs’ actions and cases and various other parts; thus insuring the precision and uniform quality that are so important to the performance of a fine piano. The company even operates a completely equipped machine shop where have been built many ingenious special machines found only in this plant.

The Kimball instruments have won recognition at many of the world’s expositions, among these the Chicago Columbian Exposition, 1893, gave the Kimball Co. “an award of superlative merit” for having attained the highest standard of excellence in its particular manufacture. The international Jury of Awards of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle, 1909, conferred the highest award upon Kimball grands and uprights and pipe organs, stating, “Their upright and grand pianos typify the highest perfection in tone, scale, action and design, in American piano making.” At the Trans-Mississippi Exposition at Omaha, Nebr., in 1898, Kimball pianos received the diploma and only gold medal awarded any piano. Highest awards from the Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco were announced in the summer of 1916, Grand piano medal. Hundreds of world famous musicians and singers have used Kimball pianos, 100th in public and for their private use, and have given them unqualified endorsements. The Kimball is heard on the concert stage today as it has been continuously for over half a century. Several thousand churches, schools, colleges and public institutions have purchased Kimball pianos. Among the colleges, universities and conservatories which have purchased Kimball pianos: Cosmopolitan School of Music, American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, Barry College, Miami, Fla., Birmingham Conservatory of Music, Ward Belmont College, Detroit Conservatory of Music, U. S. Military Academy (West Point), Stephens College, Christian College, Oregon State College, Universities of Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, Delaware, Southern California, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Montana, Oregon, Texas, Washington. Public schools in Chicago, Illinois; Seattle, Washington; Cleveland, Ohio; Providence, R. I.; St. Paul, Minnesota; Kansas City, Missouri; Washington, D. C.; Los Angeles, California; West Palm Beach, Florida; Wilmington, Delaware; Youngstown, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; and over a thousand other schools. Several thousand Kimball pianos are used in churches and in associated schools. A large number of radio stations, hotels and other public institutions have also purchased and are using Kimball pianos.

Kimball was the first to perfect a laminated spruce sounding board … one of the most important piano improvements in generations . . . as described above; first to develop electronic gluing, which permits using waterproof glues in piano case construction; first to pioneer lacquer to supplant varnish, producing a perfect finish, a better product . . . for less money; first to perfect a keybed leveling device which eliminates wedges and shims, produces a perfect key level; first to pioneer the type of white and black keys now used by the entire industry; first to make a piano in genuine fruitwood; first to design authentic French Provincial and Early American pianos; first to develop a grand scale for a 5′ size grand piano.” – http://bluebookofpianos.com/agesk.htm#KIMBALL

KIMBALL

1900-71000   1920-322000  1930-383000  1940-442000

1905-140000  1921-328000  1931-386000  1941-442000

1910-211000  1922-336000  1932-389000  1942-444000

1913-258000  1923-344000  1933-392000  1943-WWII

1914-267800  1924-352000  1934-399000  1944-WWII

1915-279800  1925-360000  1935-406000  1945-WWII

1916-288000  1926-364000  1936-414000  1946-480000

1917-298200  1927-368000  1937-420000  1947-488000

1918-307000  1928-372100  1938-426000  1948-500000

1919-313000  1929-378000  1939-432000  1949-510000

Note: No production during WWII 1943/ 1944 / 1945

Vertical and Grand pianos after 1950:

1950-517000 1957-579000 1964-646800 1971-771000

1951-528000 1958-586500 1965-661300 1972-817000

1952-537020 1959-595500 1966-678500 1973-820000

1953-554200 1960-604000 1967-700100 1974-901000

1954-553000 1961-607400 1968-717900 1975-951000

1955-562300 1962-617900 1969-721500 1976-100010

1956-571300 1963-630500 1970-764200

–      http://bluebookofpianos.com/serial1.htm#KIMBALL

According to Pierce :
“Since 1976 Kimball serial numbers are preceded by a letter; letters stand for: R=Kimball Brand, J=Jasper American private label, C=Conn, T=Misc. Kimball brand. Production of Grands stopped early 1996 and Verticals in April 1996.”

There are also A, S, B, D, numbers, but Pierce does not indicate what they stand for. All of these letter-preceded serial numbers are five digit numbers and cover the period from 1976 to 1996.

Regards,
BruceD

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GROUP II

Group II includes pianos of excellent quality in a medium price range.

BRAND NAME

SPINET

CONSOLE

STUDIO-UPRIGHT

GRAND

Story & Clark

$695 – $995

$755 – 860

$845 – $875

Krakauer

$1,095 – $1,595

$1,125

Janssen

$595 – $795

$795 – $1,120

Everett

$810 – $1,010

$1,030 – $1,195

Kimball

$750 – $780

$695 – 1,045

$750 – $800

$2,115 – $2,660

J & C Fischer

$840 – $916

$830 – $840

$1,490 – $1,620

Gulbransen

$550 – $995

$695 – $1,050

$825 – $925

$1895 – $1,995

–      http://bluebookofpianos.com/spin1947.htm

Baldwin French Provincial Spinet Piano: Sold

Unmatched Quality Features Found Only in Baldwin Pianos
  • Exclusive 19-Ply Pinblock
  • Famous Baldwin Scale
  • Solid Spruce Soundboard
  • Exclusive Full-Blow Action
  • Baldwin-built Hammers
  • SynchroTone TM Bass Strings
Built in the Tradition of Baldwin Grand Pianos

Characteristics:  The French Provincial or French Country design is evident in the scroll work above the piano desk, the fancy key cover handles and the curved legs on the piano and bench.  The touch on the sound is quite soft.  Both my young students and more experienced pianists enjoy the touch on this piano. The repetition rate is good.  The sound is nice and clear, loud enough for a group, and quiet enough for your living room.  I have been using this in for a small church and piano lessons since it was refinished.  It has met needs for solos, ensemble work, personal enjoyment, piano lessons, and congregational accompaniment.
Repairs:  This Baldwin piano was recently professionally refinished by Julia Race Music Services.  The former color was Regal Oak, but is now Gloss Black.  As part of the refinishing of this piano, the missing oak bottom panel was replaced and refinished with another oak panel.  The key bed, piano back and entire case were thoroughly cleaned.  Surfaces blemishes were repaired with a polyurethane product before being sanded and refinished with a quality polyurethane glossy color. The rectangle stylistic frames on the exterior case sides were removed for a more modern look.  A small repair was made in the lower hitch pin area.  The felts are still in good shape and the tuning pin bushings are tight, helping a tuning to last.  As a professional piano technician, I have come across many levels of bushing holding power, and these bushings are better than most pianos I have dealt with.  The piano has been tuned and will be tuned once more to A440 before sale.
Dimensions:  The measurements of the piano are as follows:

Length at the lid: 57″.
Width at the key bed: 25″.
Height from the floor to the top of the lid: 36 1/4″.
Shipping:  I encourage prospective piano buyers to view this piano personally. Please call Julia at (570) 295-0371 to arrange a meeting.  I do not ship internationally. Shipping may be available upon an individual basis for destinations within 200 miles of zip code 17745.  Please call Julia to see if this may be an option for you before trying to buy this item.

Age:  The serial numbers fit the Baldwin Acrosonic, but there was no other reference to the Acrosonic sub-brand on the piano. According to the serial number 1284647, if Acrosonic, this piano was built between 1981 and 1982.  Please scroll down to the end of the blog to see the list of serial numbers for Baldwin/Acrosonic.

The Piano Blue Book has this to say of Baldwin pianos:

“BALDWIN Pianos bearing this well known and an honorable name was the product of The Baldwin Piano Mfg.Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio, and were. In the best sense of the word, instruments of the highest degree of excellence. The system or chain of scientific improvements peculiar to the Baldwin piano based on the law of acoustics, and known as the Baldwin acoustic system, which permitted the greatest conservation of tone, secures an artistic result of the highest quality, and has resulted in gaining for. It a leading position among the world’s artistic musical instruments. The Baldwin piano has an individuality of the highest character. When it was exhibited at the International Exposition at Paris in 1900 it was honored with an award (The Grand Prix) which has never been bestowed on any, other American piano, and the highest honor ever received by any, piano made In America. The Baldwin pianos are made in most modem and perfectly equipped factories under ideal manufacturing conditions. At the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904, the Baldwin piano was again awarded the Grand Prize and still another Grand Prize was awarded the Baldwin pianos and Manualos at the Anglo-American Exposition, London, 1914. The “New York Tribune,” in commenting on the comprehensive display of the Baldwin Company at Paris, and the success of this piano and this house, said that they made a record that would never he forgot in the history of uprights, grands and reproducing pianos, the grands including the various sizes from concert grands to small grands for parlors. In Rome, 1923, the Baldwin piano was awarded the Papal Medal and the House of Baldwin appointed “Purveyors to the Holy See.” The Baldwin piano is recognized as a universal favorite between the leading operatic artists and virtuosos of the pianoforte. The Baldwin Manualo is a unification of the most artistic piano with the most scientific players’ construction; in other words, it combines the highest artistic attainment in piano production with the most gratifying ability of performance. The entire output is controlled by The Baldwin Piano Company.

The Baldwin Grand Piano, designed, built and guaranteed by the Baldwin Company, Loveland, Ohio, is used exclusively by the first rank of artists in all spheres of musical expression – pianists, composers, conductors, singers, instrumentalists – as well as the outstanding symphony orchestras around the world and in music festivals everywhere. Without reservation, from the nine-foot concert grand to the five feet, two inch grand, every Baldwin embodies the latest concepts of acoustical science and piano making, it is a precision engineered musical instrument of the highest degree of excellence. Any Baldwin made piano is worth the time. Money and energy to rebuild or refurbish.

Baldwin also builds Howard spinet and grand pianos, and Hamilton studio pianos for home and school, all maintain great resale value.

1900 – 10400 1962 – 152706 1974 – 204113 1986 – 266329
1910 – 16400 1963 – 156591 1975 – 208742 1987 – 270416
1920 – 35800 1964 – 160868 1976 – 213470 1988 – 278556
1930 – 63000 1965 – 165701 1977 – 217853 1989 – 284228
1940 – 88700 1967 – 175821 1979 – 228858 1991 – 293772
1943 – 102000 1968 – 179702 1980 – 236654 1992 – 301774
1948 – 105000 1969 – 184661 1981 – 242984 1993 – 305110
1950 – 110243 1970 – 190028 1982 – 248306 1994 – 310000
1955 – 128167 1971 – 192401 1983 – 253274 1995 – 313000
1960 – 145002 1972 – 195485 1984 – 257293 1996 – 316000
1961 – 148635 1973 – 199649 1985 – 26225″

-bluebookofpianos.com/agesb.htm#BALDWIN”

“ACROSONIC

This distinctive and exclusive name designates a line of spinet and console pianos built by the Baldwin Piano Company. Coined from the Greek word,”akros,” meaning supreme and the Latin word, “sonus,” meaning tone, the trade mark “Acrosonic” is registered in the United States Patent Office. Acrosonics are famous for their beautifully compact styling, their tonal clarity and power and Baldwin’s exclusive Full-Blow Action.

1936-2650001967-831583 1977-1104802 1987-1406054
1946-3650001968-851540 1978-1135737 1988-1432927
1956-5854541969-881087 1979-1180266 1989-1442402
1960-6798441970-912986 1980-1220374 1990-1431760
1961-7028061971-933476 1981-1253176 1991-1450068
1962-7237781972-953937 1982-1286178 1992-1463568
1963-7437721973-979129 1983-1324487 1993-1478744
1964-7631431974-1007687 1984-1343955 1994-1483157
1965-7840171975-1035719 1985-1365605 1995-1491127
1966-8037271976-1067508 1986-1383187 1996-150032″

-bluebookofpianos.com/agesa.htm#Acrosonic

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