Doll Upright Piano

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Description (Brief)
This upright piano was made by Jacob Doll in New York, New York around 1898-1901. Jacob Doll came to New York from his native Germany at the age of fourteen and found work in a wood-working company. In 1885 he established a piano making factory in New York. This piano has a compass of AAA-c5, standard upright action, felt hammers, single, double, and triple-strings, 3 pedals, one-piece cast-iron frame, cross-strung, and an ebonized case highly decorated with eagles at the top corners.
Currently not on view
date made
Doll, Jacob
Place Made
United States: New York, New York
Physical Description
ebonized (case: material)
cast-iron (frame: material)
felt (hammers: material)
overall: 68 in x 65 1/2 in x 28 1/2 in; 172.72 cm x 166.37 cm x 72.39 cm
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accession number
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Credit Line
Gift of Hugo Worch
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Data Source
National Museum of American History