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Year Details Price
1920–1940 upright Gulbransen 4.7 in. $500
Circa 1950 Excellent condition Gulbransen upright $500
1937 Antique Gulbransen Baby Grand Piano $2,000
1963 Gulbransen spinet piano for sale for $500
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Gulbransen not only made great pianos, they also had a reputation for making top-notch electronic organs. Such was the importance of these instruments that they set the industry standard for home organs and introduced many notable technical innovations.
This Gulbransen player piano is a typical model from the 1920s and is made of beautiful Honduran mahogany. This piano has been restored inside and out and now plays via an electric motor instead of a manual foot pedal.
The Gulbransen Company was a musical instrument manufacturer of pianos and home organs in the United States. It also made reed organs. It was originally founded in 1904 by Axel Gulbransen as the Gulbransen Piano Company.
We recommend setting your initial offer price about 10-15% above the FMV and accepting each offer within 15-20% of the FMV. Make the buyer of your piano feel like they’ve “won” while still getting fair market value for your instrument.
The Gulbransen Piano Company was founded in Chicago in 1904 and made an important contribution to the American piano industry in the early 20th century. Gulbransen produced a full line of upright and grand pianos, but they were probably the largest manufacturer of upright pianos in the pre-depression era.
Antique pianos and organs can range in price from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. It is important that sellers recognize the real difference in value between a restored instrument and an unrestored instrument.
Pianos also have other numbers printed on them, such as B. Part numbers, and many other pianos have no serial number at all. Many pianos have a 4, 5 or 6 digit serial number to identify the age of the piano. This number can sometimes be used with the manufacturer to determine the age of the piano.
The age of your piano is determined by the serial number. Pianos also have numbers other than serial numbers, as is the case with part or patent numbers. Some pianos do not have a serial number if they are made as “private labels” for large retailers.
Small/petite wing weight & Size
Small/petite wings weigh anywhere from 400-500 lbs (181kg-227kg). This is the smallest of the horizontal uprights, measuring just 4’6” – 5′ (137cm-152cm) in length. Any wing shorter than 1.50 m is considered a small, dainty or miniature wing.
A spinet piano is a very small piano. They have several disadvantages compared to console and studio pianos. Spinet pianos can be identified by their height. Pianos 40″ and shorter are spinets, 41″ – 44″ high are consoles, 45″ and higher are studio pianos.
Player Piano, a piano that mechanically plays music recorded on a computer disk, typically by means of perforations on a roll of paper or digital storage.
Wings are usually the most valuable. This is mainly because they are so expensive that they are considered a valuable commodity. Steinway pianos are generally the most expensive and retain the most value.
Cable Piano Company Restoration
Cable Company original pianos are worth between $500 and $1,000 unrestored. However, when Lindeblad restores early American pianos such as cable pianos, the value can go up to $20,000.
Due to a worldwide decline in piano and organ sales in the 1980s and 1990s, Kimball’s piano and organ subsidiary was discontinued in February 1996. The final Kimball grand piano was autographed by all company workers and officers and continues to be displayed in Kimball’s showroom in Jasper, Indiana.
The standard dimensions for upright pianos are 58 inches wide, 48 to 60 inches high and about 24 inches deep.
In the private market, I could sell a quality $5,000 upright piano for at least 40-60% of its original value, especially if it’s in great condition.