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Chickering and Sons Console
Chickering and Sons Console
Rent-to-own: $58 per month*
Purchase Price: $2,488.00
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Chickering and Sons Console

Player Level: Beginner or intermediate.

This lovely Chickering and Sons Console has been tuned up and is ready for your living room. Come play it today because it won’t last long.

Manufactured in 1944
Height: 40"
Width: 60"
Depth: 22.5"
Condition: Thoroughly Reconditioned
Finish: Satin Mahogony
Serial #: 180867
Finance Options: 0% financing for up to 12 months with 50% down.
Stock #: G5248

Chickering & Sons

Chickering & Sons (not to be confused with Chickering Brothers) was the first actual piano factory in America, established in Boston in 1823 by Jonas Chickering with partner James Stewart. (The firm was known as “Stewart & Chickering” for a short time) From about 1830-1840, Chickering built some pianos under the name of Chickering & Mackay. John Mackay was a sea captain, and he would export Chickering pianos to South American, and in return, would bring back ships full of sweet smelling rosewood and mahogany for piano building.


From 1839 – 1841, John Mackay’s son William H. Mackay was admitted as an additional partner, and pianos were built under the label of “Chickering & Mackays”.  Pianos built under the “Chickering & Mackays” label appear to have been produced for only 3 short years.


John Mackay was lost at sea in 1841, and this loss appears to have ended the partnership between Chickering and William H. Mackay.  Pianos built under the labels of “Chickering & Mackay” or “Chickering & Mackays” are exceedingly rare today.


In 1852, the name of the firm was changed to Chickering & Sons when Chickering brought in his three sons, Thomas, Frank and George, as partners. Jonas Chickering died in 1853, and the firm was taken over by his son Thomas. Thomas Chickering died in 1871, and the firm was taken over by Frank Chickering. The remaining brothers died in the 1890s, as the firm continued to grow and thrive. In 1908, Chickering was sold to the American Piano Company, makers of some of America’s better brand names. In 1932, the Aeolian Piano Company and the American Piano Company merged to create the Aeolian-American Corporation, and they continued to build the Chickering name for decades.

Warranty Information

This piano comes with our extended five year warranty on all moving parts and labor. If a climate control system is installed, it must be maintained properly year round. Piano must be tuned at least once a year for the warranty to be valid.

Shipping Information

This piano includes delivery to the Oklahoma City metro. Outside area delivery available for very reasonable rates.

All pianos have lifetime full purchase value upgrade.
All pianos are subject to local sales tax.

** With approved credit. APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 7.99% for a term of 60 months and a 10% down payment. No prepayment penalty. Financing offers though The Allegro Credit Company.