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The P.A. Starck piano company was established in 1891 by Philip A. Starck at 2160 N. Ashland Ave.
in Chicago, Illinois. In the 1920s the company was controlled by P.T. Starck, son of the founder.
P. A. Starck made upright, baby grand, grand and reproducing player pianos under the brands:
Brent, Brent, Combinette (an upright piano/organ combination), Kenmore, Starck, Starck & Starck,
Starckette; they also made Jesse French pianos from 1955 on. The Starck name eventually became
a registered trademark of Steiner/Dietmann piano company of South Africa. USA Starck pianos
discontinued around 1967-1968. No longer in production.


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