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14115 Pontlavoy Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, California 90670
Made by: Young Chang Ltd., Inchon, South Korea; and Tianjin, China
Weber & Co. was originally established in 1852 by Albert Weber in New York after he had emigrated
from Bavaria, Germany. In 1879 Albert died at the age of 50 and his son, Albert Weber Jr., controlled
the company until 1903. Weber became one of the most respected brands in America during the late
1800s and early 1900s crafting expensive, elaborate pianos of the highest quality (marketed to to the
upper class). In 1903 Weber, along with many other pianos companies in America, was acquired by
the large New York conglomerate, Aeolian. However, Aeolian continued to build the Weber piano as a
higher quality brand. When Aeolian went out of business in about the early 1980s, the Weber brand
name was purchased by Korean firm, Young Chang in 1986. A year later, Young Chang licensed the
name to Samsung, who continued to manufacture these pianos for them in Korea and China. In 2004,
after Korean rival, Samick, acquired controlling interest in Young Chang (along with the Weber
name), the Weber Piano Co. was economically forced to cease operations. In 2005, following the
demise of the Samsung licensed Weber, Young Chang took back the name.
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