10th Cocked Hat from George M. Guild & Co restored
Posted March 20th, 2013 by 1001pianos
A famous George M. Guild & Co restored in Harlem
A 1862 Grand piano for $100 000
The 10th Grand Piano assembled by the famous George M. Guild & Co has moved to Harlem in order to be restored. Made in Boston in year 1862 this piano will be renewed by 2 people from Harlem, who have recently been mandated for doing this meticulous work. This kind of piano is very rare and its price can reach up to $100 000. The piano will be transported by truck and will drive through Fifth and Madison avenues to reach Harlem. The owner Ron Hansford declares that the dream comes true. With this restoration, we will be able to listen to music the way our ancestors do more than one century ago. At 1001pianos.com, we won’t miss the opportunity to let you hear the sound of this “brand new” George M. Guild & Co once restored … be patient!