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- Colin Nicholson
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- Joined: 04 Jul 2010, 19:15
- Location: Morpeth, Northumberland
Welcome to the forum.
The serial number and date is correct & matching according to my book, but other numbers are often a mystery to everyone, and don't always relate to anything. They may be a stock or parts number, unique to the Rogers factory workers back in those days, and sometimes used as a reference when building the piano like a jigsaw from different parts in different parts of the factory..... so I wouldn't be concerned and best to ignore the numbers 1550.