KNIGHT NUMBERS from pianos I have tuned.
Got to http://www.pianogen.org and look at the Datemarks page. My own active research is aimed at antique British pianos, and I don't have the funding to cover modern research, but I am sure you will find Knight history on the net. You'll find some notes at
They were actually at Debden, Loughton, next to the Royal Mint.
Thanks for any help.
KPA. E-mail Is email@example.com
To date it, you need to find the serial number.
Valuation is impossible without on-the-spot inspection.
Reg. Design 812773
British Patents 477297 496082 538671
Also there was a # @ the top right corner on the inside where the strings are . 30598
Thanks a ton for any info.
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Sometimes various added labels/ badges are taken literally.... to make us feel that the piano has been specially nurtured for tornados, earth quakes, rain forests and other natural weather conditions