Collection: Coinola Pianos | Explore New and Restored Pianos

Coinola pianos, manufactured by the Operators Piano Company in Chicago, were renowned for their innovative player piano mechanisms and high-quality craftsmanship. Introduced in the early 1900s, these pianos quickly became popular for their ability to automatically play music using perforated rolls, offering a unique entertainment experience. Coinola pianos are especially notable for their use of the "O-Roll" system, which allowed them to produce rich, expressive music with a variety of instrumental effects. These pianos were widely used in public venues such as restaurants and amusement parks, providing a lively musical atmosphere. Their durability and precision engineering make Coinola pianos a fascinating piece of musical history and a valuable collector's item today​.

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