Knowing the fair market value of Estey pianos is useful to sellers, buyers and owners.
This information can help guide you in making important decisions.







Estey Organ Co. was established in 1846, and the Estey Piano Corp. was established in 1869 by
Jacob Estey, Levi Fuller, Julius Estey and John Boulton Simpson. Simpson controlled the Arion Piano
Co. and with this partnership, its name was changed to the Estey Piano Co. A large factory was built
in New York City where production of upright and grand pianos began. In 1917 Estey was purchased
by George W. Gittens, and later by B.K. Settergren in 1935, with production moving to
Bluffton, Indiana. In 1978 the Estey rights and designs were purchased by Jack Call.
In 1982 the factory was struck by lightning and totally destroyed by the fire.

Other names used by this firm included: Estey & Camp, Alexander, Anderson Bros., Chase & Baker,
Lancaster, Malcolm Love, Metropolitan, N.W. Nelson, Schumann, Settergren, Vough, Wegman,
Drachmann, Meldorf, Bellman, Soward, Purcell, Wanamaker; pianos made for Sherman Clay.

Estey pianos are no longer in production.


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