Original Manufacturer of this brand-name--Wentworth Piano Company.
Established--1886, in St. Paul, MN.
Other brand-names used by this manufacturer--Shattuck.
Other manufacturers of this brand-name--
Source: Pierce Piano Atlas, 12th Edition (2008, Larry Ashley Publisher, Albuquerque, NM).
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52" P.S. Wick Upright #15214
Dark Brown mahogany cabinet. Built in 1909. Reconditioned and Regulated by Ray’s Piano Service, March, 2004.
Repin Bass—Dismantle. Remove bass strings and pins, bottom board. Clean interior. Re-install bass strings using new pins.
Action reconditioned—Clean, reshape hammers, install new bridle tapes, tighten screws, replace additional defective parts.
Complete Regulation—All adjustments to ensure that piano plays like new, tune to A-440
New keytops—Install new plastic keytops.
51" P. S. Wick Upright #31126
Walnut veneer cabinet. Built in 1921. Reconditioned and Refinished by Ray’s Piano Service, Summer 2002
Recondition Action—Clean, reshape hammers, tighten all screws, replace defective parts. Install new bass strings.
Complete Regulation—Make adjustments to ensure that piano plays like new: key height, key leveling, hammer blow distance, lost motion, letoff, keydip, sustain, spoons. Tune to A-440
Refinish--Dismantle cabinet. Repair cabinet where needed. Strip and sand. Apply sealer. Apply lacquer. Install new rubber buttons, nameboard felt, and fallboard decal. Reassemble.
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