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MASON & HAMLIN PIANO COMPANY
35 Duncan Street
Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830
916-567-9999
www.masonhamlin.com

Pianos made by: Mason & Hamlin Piano Co., Haverhill, Massachusetts.

Mason & Hamlin was founded in 1854 by Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin in Boston, Massachusetts.

The company started out making reed organs, and eventually began building pianos by about 1883.
They manufactured instruments of the highest quality, quickly becoming one of Boston's most well known and
prestigious piano makers, and the main competitor of Steinway & Sons by 1910. After changing hands several
times from 1912 to 1932, ownership of the firm ended up in the hands of the Aeolian Co. of New York. In 1985
Aeolian shut down, whereby the Mason & Hamlin name was acquired a few more times from 1985-1995. Since
1996 the company has been owned by the Burgett brothers, makers of the PianoDisc electronic player-piano
systems, and Mason & Hamlins are being manufactured in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Since purchasing the firm,
the Burgett brothers have resurrected most of the piano models from Mason & Hamlin’s highly renowned era in
Boston (1881–1932) that originally earned their reputation, ensuring highest quality, hand-built production.


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