Charles M Stieff Piano Baltimore Factory View Music Store Advertising Trade Card

EUR 26,57 Buy It Now or Best Offer 24d 17h, EUR 7,20 Shipping, 30-Day Returns, Pay with PayPal and you're fully protected.

Seller: davesgreatcardsgalore (11.380) 100%, Location: Loveland, Colorado, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 303094312651 Chas. M. Stieff Pianos, Baltimore, MD / Illustrated Graphic Factory View - - advertising on reverse / Exposition Awards (1876 Centennial to 1885 New Orleans) Parlor scene, "How Can I Leave Thee" sheet music / M.P. Moller, Hagerstown, MD piano & organ store dealer Antique 19th Century Home & Hearth - Authentic Music -related Business Advertising Card NOTE: from www - AntiquePianoShop - online museum The Charles M. Stieff Piano Company ... Stieff, Charles M. -- The Charles M. Stieff Piano Company was established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1842. Charles M. Stieff had a fantastic reputation, and they built exceptional pianos. During the 20th Century, many dealers sold the Stieff Piano alongside of some of the most expensive piano lines as an affordable alternative. Stieff pianos are commonly referred to as 'the poor man's Steinway', and were often sold as a second line in higher end Steinway dealerships throughout the 20th Century. Brand names built by Charles M. Stieff included Shaw, Bennett-Brettz, Davies & Sons, and Leslie Brothers. Pianos manufactured by Charles M. Stieff are consistently some of the finest pianos we see come through our restoration shop today, and most of them are well worth restoration and preservation. Sadly, Stieff closed operations and was liquidated in 1951. To See More "Piano / Organ" etc. Cards Click Here: (( MORE MUSIC CARDS )) ============================================================================================================================================================================ * MORE GREAT pre-1900 Music / Home & Hearth / Factory View = use "Search my store" or Visit my store: Click this Hot Link: Old Cards - Daves Great Cards Galore ====================================================================================== ====================================================================================== Condition: - Displays with evidence of aging, flaws and wear, as seen in HUGE scans far above. Please ... SEE the above HUGE SCANS to note any and all FLAWS! Size: -- see ruler in the scans. All of my cards are Authentic Antiques = 100% Guaranteed Original After 40 years of collecting, I'm thinning my archives of thousands and thousands of pre-1900 cards. My inventory includes items ranging from common and affordable to one-of-a-kind rarities that I have used to illustrate my over 150 articles that I have published, along with numerous books I've published, including My ... now out-of-print 1996 classic book that helped define the hobby of Victorian Trade Card collecting: VICTORIAN TRADE CARDS HISTORICAL REFERENCE & VALUE GUIDE, by Dave Cheadle. Be sure to subscribe to my STORE NEWSLETTER and to add me to your favorites list! As a life-long collector and social historian, and as the founding editor of the Trade Card Collectors Association's journal, "The Trade Card Quarterly," I can certify that all items offered are authentic and fully guaranteed-- full refunds without question if not as represented. FREE Shipping with professional packaging within United States: - YES! World Wide First Class International Shipping = $8.00. More GREAT ADVERTISING TRADE CARDS, ephemera, Historical Paper Americana, 19th Century and antique cards etc. like this right now for ~ Immediate Purchase ~ in my store as -- BUY IT NOW = Visit my store: Click this Hot Link: Dave Cheadle Trade Cards Store ======================================================================= MORE! Pre-1900 ~ GREAT CARDS ! = Visit my store: Click this Hot Link: Dave Cheadle Trade Card Store ======================================================================= Condition: Used, Condition: ANTIQUE = This Victorian-era American advertising card is over 100 years old: Evidence of aging, flaws and wear, as seen in the HUGE scans provided. Please use the eBay ZOOM IN / magnifier to look closely for card flaws, especially on Corners, Reverse Side, and Edges. These images provide a critical part of the DESCRIPTION of Condition for this listing., Type of Advertising: Antique Victorian Advertising Trade Card, Brand: Chas M Stieff Pianos, Baltimore, MD, Date of Creation: circa 1800's - Authentic Business Card, Size of Card: Approx. 3.4 x 5.3 inches. Shown by Ruler in Photo, Antique Card Display Condition: Evidence of aging flaws and wear as shown in scans, Music Store Piano Organ Dealer: M.P. Moller, Hagerstown, MD

PicClick Insights PicClick Exclusive
  •  Popularity - 426 views, 2.7 views per day, 160 days on eBay. Super high amount of views. 0 sold, 1 available.
  •  Price -
  •  Seller - 11.380+ items sold. 0% negative feedback. Great seller with very good positive feedback and over 50 ratings.
Similar Items