Rare 1964 Stark Organo Piano & Organ
This Rare 1964 Starck Organo is a combination Stark piano cross with with a Starck organ called Starck 'Organo'. There were only a few made of this rare breed and it is a collector's item today. The Piano works great and Organ can be fixed.
The P. A. Starck Piano company was established in 1891 by P.A. Starck in Chicago including their factory. P. A. Starck was known for building extremely high quality pianos, and they offered a full line of uprights, baby grands, and player pianos. By the 1920's, the firm was being managed and controlled by P.T. Starck, son of P.A. Starck. The firm sold pianos under the brand names of Starck, P.A. Starck, Starck & Strack, Starckette, Combinette, Kenmore, and Brent. P. A. Stark was one of the few American piano manufacturers to survive the Great Depression without merging with a larger conglomerate. In 1956, Stark started building pianos for the Jesse French Piano Company. The firm went out of business in about 1965.
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