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If you have a piano built by Grinnell Brothers and would like to know the date it was built or its serial number, then this post is for you! Here we'll cover how to find your Grinnell Brothers serial number, where Grinnell Brothers got their pianos from, and whether or not there

If you have a piano built by Grinnell Brothers and would like to know the date it was built or its serial number, then this post is for you! Here we'll cover how to find your Grinnell Brothers serial number, where Grinnell Brothers got their pianos from, and whether or not there's a difference between the company's Baby Grand pianos and other types. So if you're curious about when your piano was made or want to know what type of piano it is, read on!In Part I of this post, we'll explore how to find your Grinnell Brothers serial number. In Part II, we'll explore where Grinnell Brothers found their pianos from. Because Grinnell Brothers were in the piano business for less than a decade and died out in time for the 1900 Census, there's no government record of year-by-year sales of their pianos. But from letters from customers, we do know that between 1873 and 1880 they sold "Pianos" at prices ranging from $125-$200. In 1880, an employee wrote to President B.P. Sherman regarding the possibility of selling pianos at a lower price. He wrote:"I have been examining them [the Bluthner Pianos]. They are very good instruments and will sell at a cost that will bring them within our price. I have selected several of them and they are being sent to you on the cars free of cost to us."The first mention of production numbers comes from a letter to B.P. Sherman dated February 12, 1881. At the time, Grinnell Brothers was producing 50 pianos per year. In another letter to Sherman dated February 1881, we learn that the company was purchasing 2 pianos per week and selling at prices ranging from $150-$200 and averaging 50-60 pianos sold per year. All pianos were constructed out of New York state hardwoods and finished with varnish not lacquer which tended to crack and chip. Piano production continued to increase in 1882 when Grinnell Brothers was producing 100 pianos per year. It imported its harps for use on their pianos from France and England along with some wood for them "British black walnut, California redwood, California white oak, California cedar, American white pine. These operate very well."The last known reference of the company comes from a 1908 article in an Kansas City newspaper that mentions that they built "50 Beethovens for Schott's Piano House" near Lawrence, Kansas. No more is mentioned of Grinnell Brothers after this article was written. As far as the company itself, it appears to still be in business. In 1908, they were operating out of 55 Pearl Street in Kansas City which was later to become the home of Grinnell Brothers Company. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, which ran a story about them in 1911:"This firm is rapidly increasing and is doing a good business. It manufactures and sells pianos and organs, and builds and repairs them." "It has a large stock of pianos on hand; practically all sizes; five grades of fine hardboard pianos; also cabinets, uprights [sic], etc., etc.

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