Everett Piano

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Everett Piano

Post by C.Chapman » 02 Dec 2019, 17:40

Hi all,

I've purchased an Everett upright/console/ 'Spinet' piano which is in wonderful condition and I was hoping some of you could help me find out a little more about it... I'm having real problems finding the piano's age with regards to the serial number (80422).
The information I've managed to find on the internet has no mention of this specific serial number but I'm hoping someone here will have an idea of what year this model was made!

Thanks in advance

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Re: Everett Piano

Post by Bill Kibby » 02 Dec 2019, 20:36

That number suggests that it was made in 1951, but most pianos have several numbers inside, so there may be others in there. You can usually just open the top and see the serial number, but it isn't always that simple.
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