Piano Stickers Vignette
The piano sticker represents a NAMM program of the early 1900’s until World War I and again briefly in the 1950s. The sticker program was an effort to authenticate dealers and pianos in a time when there was stenciling (counterfeit branding) of pianos and some disreputable dealers. Unfortunately, we do not have any records pertaining to those programs. Hear more information about the piano sticker program in this vignette, with comments from Dan Del Fiorentino, Paul Murphy, and Don Dillon.
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