Bollinger?

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Post by Bill Kibby » 22 Jun 2003, 23:49

Sorry, I have very little first-hand experience of pianos from that side of the ocean.
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Post by Barrie Heaton » 23 Jun 2003, 08:40

Try Ron Berry on the PTG site he may have some background info. They also have an ask an expert section on the site.

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Post by Bill Kibby » 24 Jun 2003, 15:05

"Musique Adreses Universel" (1928) lists the following:
Bollinger-Leard Music Co., Muskogee.
Bollinger Piano Co., Oskaloosa.
H. Bollinger, Little Rock.
H.G. Bollinger, 423 Garrison Avenue, Fort Smith. Pianos, Instruments, Gramophones, Music.
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