1910 AB Chase Pianos, Allen B Chase Advertising Trade Card, Norwalk OH
Printed on 4 Panel Folded Advertising Card: "Calendar for 1910, A.B. Chase Player Pianos, Always The Best, Manufactured by The A.B. Chase Company, Norwalk, Ohio. A.B. Chase Artistanos."
This folding card has the calendar on the inside and the cover has a china plate with an image of a pastoral cottage, around the plate are printed slightly raised flowers. The illustration is a colorful old lithograph with gold lettering.
Established in 1875 by Allen B. Chase, the company built both pianos and organs in the later 19th Century. By 1900, organs were discontinued, and they built a large selection of high quality pianos and player pianos for more than 100 years. Norwalk, Ohio is in Huron County. This was found in New England, in White River Junction, Windsor County, Vermont. A great Chase family collectible.
Size 3.5 by 2 inches.
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