Collection: Hardman Pianos

Hardman pianos, established in 1842 by Hugh Hardman in New York City, quickly earned a reputation for their fine musical qualities and timeless cabinetry. Known for their durability and superior craftsmanship, Hardman pianos became a popular choice for both professional and amateur musicians. In 1890, the company became Hardman, Peck & Company after Leopold Peck joined as a partner. This partnership brought about many innovative designs, including the popular Autotone player pianos. The company was the official piano of the Metropolitan Opera and even the White House during the early 20th century. Despite changes in ownership and economic challenges, Hardman pianos remain celebrated for their rich, resonant sound and elegant design, continuing to be a favorite among piano enthusiasts and collectors.

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