J.P. Seeburg Piano Co., Chicago, Circa 1910
Height 56 3/4 x width 64 1/4 x depth 28 1/4 inches.
This lot is accompanied by a newspaper clipping retracing the provenance of the piano, which was initially purchased in 1912 by Bill Laubis of Kenton, Ohio. It was then owned by his daughter, Margaret Laubis, and became a fixture of her establishment in Kenton, Laubis Restaurant. It was then sold to Don and Dorothy Real, who owned an old time ice cream parlor at the Van Buren shopping center in Kettering, Ohio.
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