Sample Appraisal: Piano
Appraisal ID: 11273
Appraised On: Aug 21, 2006
Market Value: $ 800.00
Replacement Value: $ 1,000.00
Stultz & Bauer upright piano, maple case, cira 1960’s. Size:
58″ Long, 25″ Deep, 38″ High. Very good condition.
Stultz & Bauer, of New York CIty, was a company solely owned by the
Bauer family, who personally supervised each instrument they built. The
company produced pianos, player-pianos and reproducing pianos from 1885
until 1928. After 1928, the name was owned by Kohler & Campbell.
Item/Title: Stultz & Bauer Piano
Date/Period of Manufacture: 1960s
Manufacturer/Artist/Author: Stultz & Bauer
Dimensions (HxWxD): 58″ Long, 25″ Deep, 38″ High
Inscription: Maker’s Marks inside piano
History/Provenance: Parents bought piano in early-mid 1960s
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