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The Lester Piano Co. was established in 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Offices were at 1306
Chestnut St. and their factory was located in Delaware County, PA. The firm manufactured upright
and grand pianos under different brands, including: Lester, Alden, Gounod, Leonard & Co., Schilling
& Sons (with distribution in New York) prior to the 1920s; and since the early 1930s: Lester,
Betsy Ross, Betsy Ross Spinet, Bellaire, Cable & Sons, Channing, Emerson, Gramer,
Homer L. Kitt, Lawrence & Co., Regent, Schilling, Schubert.
The Lester Piano Co. finally went out of business in 1960.

Lester pianos are no longer in production.

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