Square Piano

Description (Brief)
The maker of this square piano is unknown, but the style of this piano indicates that it was made in England, possibly around 1805. The piano is serial number 3223 or 915 and has a compass of FF-c4, English double action, leather hammers, strings are double-strung with the first 10½ notes wound, turning pins at right, no stops or pedals, and a wood frame in a mahogany case.
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United Kingdom: England
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National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
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