Collection: Autopianos

Autopiano pianos, manufactured by the Autopiano Company in New York, were introduced in the early 20th century and gained prominence for their innovative self-playing mechanisms. Founded by the Aeolian Company, Autopiano specialized in high-quality player pianos that used pneumatic action to play music automatically from perforated paper rolls. These pianos featured advanced patents such as the spring-catch and folding pedal, enhancing their functionality and ease of use. A standout model from this brand is the rare Art Nouveau style piano, which reflects the fluidity and natural motifs characteristic of the Art Nouveau movement, making it a unique and collectible piece. Autopiano's commitment to quality and innovation made their instruments highly sought after in their time and still prized by collectors today.

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