This is priced as a starter piano. It’s fun to play and has a new paint job. It’s the perfect size for a small space. It’s 4 feet 8 inches total depth from keys to rounded back.

“In 1901, the Melville Clark Piano Company introduced the Apollo line of pianos and player pianos (not to be confused with the Japanese brand “Apollo” from the mid 20th Century). Melville Clark was an inventor and innovator, and these Apollo instruments were built as high quality, advanced instruments for their time. By the 1920s, the famous Rudolph Wurlitzer Company had gained completed control of both Melville Clark and Apollo brand names, and Wurlitzer continued to build pianos under both the Melville Clark and Apollo labels until the World War II era.”

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