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This is an upright 2010 Story and Clark QRS CD Player Piano. Model 115GC. It was used less than 50x as it was originally intended to supplement live music acts at a country western night club in Albuq...


STORY & CLARK UPRIGHT PIANO. Exacting standards for tonal excellence and quality at a superb overall value are the hallmarks of Story & Clark pianos. This ad is for a used Story & Clark Piano. My fath...


The value of a Story & Clark piano ranges from $4,200 to $17,400, as of 2014. The specific price depends on the type, size and finish of the piano. The most affordable Story & Clark piano is a 110, which is a vertical piano model that is 45 inches long. It has a polished ebony finish. The next largest in size and price is the 118 model.


Story & Clark Serial Numbers: To find out the age of your Story & Clark acoustic grand or upright piano you will need to know the piano''s serial number. The serial number of your piano can be found stamped somewhere on the frame or soundboard. On Story & Clark grand pianos the number may be found on the key stop rail and/or the soundboard.


The Story & Clark name was then purchased in 1991 by the Classic Player Piano Co., and then by QRS Piano Music Technologies in 1993 where Story & Clark pianos were manufactured in Seneca, Pennsylvania. In 2002 pianos ceased to be manufactured in the U.S.A. Pianos bearing the Story & Clark name were then made in China by the Dongbei piano company;


Story & Clark is one of the few American piano manufacturers to survive both The Great Depression and World War II without being absorbed into a larger conglomerate. In 1962, Story & Clark was purchased by the Lowery Organ Company. The firm built pianos under both the “Story & Clark” and “Lowery” brand names.


STORY and CLARK PIANO Come with PNO Scan. Since 1857, Story and Clark Piano has been dedicated to creating pianos of outstanding craftsmanship, tonal excellence and unequalled performance. Today as back then, Story and Clark Piano remain an American favorite, built to our precise standards and proprietary specifications by skilled artisans.


Story and Clark pianos are among the most innovative pianos in the world. They have combined the features of the traditional piano along with some of the latest technology in piano manufacturing. With this combination, the player can enjoy the best experience of playing the piano with quality features of a well-made piano.


Story & Clark pianos are a popular choice for students, home enthusiasts and professional musicians alike. Our available Story & Clark pianos include a range of types, costs and conditions. Browse our available selection, or use our filters to refine your search by size, price, location, distance from you, or color.


Pianos made by: various German and Asian manufacturers Hampton Story began making pianos in 1857 and was joined by Melville Clark in 1884. The business settled in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1901, where it remained, under various owners, until about 1990, when a new owner moved the company to its present location in Seneca, Pennsylvania.