Early 1900s Schoenhut Toy Piano. It has 22 keys, and in its glory years all 22 keys would work, but now only a few keys work. Made of all natural wood.
Information About Schoenhut from a piano enthusiast on antiques.com:
"During 1872 in Germany, Albert Schoenhut fashioned a toy piano for his landlord's daughter. Word of the beautiful little instrument spread, requests poured in, and the Schoenhut Piano Company came into being. Albert later emigrated to the United States and expanded the business to include dolls, circus figures, toys, and other musical instruments. Albert's vintage toys have stood the test of time. They are avidly sought by collectors and can be found on exhibit at prestigious museums throughout the world.
Schoenhut pianos are not simply small replicas of real pianos. They are authentic musical instruments that emit rich chime-like tones, making the sound unique. Each piano is chromatically tuned, educating the ear of a beginning musician. In addition, the spacing between keys is the same as that on a full-sized piano, teaching proper finger placement.
Dimensions: 26 1/2" high x 25 1/2" wide x 11" deep, weighs 25 pounds.
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