HARDMAN, PECK & CO.
Pianos made by: Beijing Hsinghai Piano Group, Ltd., Beijing, China
Hugh Hardman established the Hardman Piano Company in New York City in 1842. Leopold Peck joined the company in 1880, and became a partner in 1890, at which time the company was renamed Hardman, Peck & Company. In the early 20th century, Hardman, Peck was sold to the Aeolian Corporation, which eventually moved to Memphis, where it remained until it went out of business in 1985. Today’s Hardman, Peck & Company pianos are manufactured in China by the Beijing Hsinghai Piano Group (see Beijing Hsinghai). The piano line offers a selection of vertical and grand pianos in a variety of styles and finishes to meet the needs of entry-level and mid-level pianists.
Acoustic Piano: Model & Pricing Guide
* See the Introduction for an explanation of pricing.
|Hardman, Peck & Co. Performance Series Verticals|
|R116||46||School Polished Ebony||6,695||4,990|
|R116||46||School Satin Cherry||6,895||5,110|
|R117XK||46||Chippendale Polished Mahogany||6,695||4,910|
|Hardman, Peck & Co. Concert Series Verticals|
|Hardman, Peck & Co. Performance Series Grands|
|R143F||4||8||French Provincial Polished Mahogany||15,395||10,190|
|Hardman, Peck & Co. Concert Series Grands|