Here is a cosmetically very good console with a bright sound and matching bench. Be proud to cherish this great console piano for years to come.
Eventually the Wurlitzer company was acquired by Baldwin, who still own it today. Baldwin ceased making pianos under the Wurlitzer name in 2009, and nowadays the company makes replacement parts for historical products, and is also a prominent manufacturer of vending machines.
Wurlitzer’s most famous instruments were almost certainly the pipe organs that were constructed between 1914 and 1943. Some of these instruments still survive today. However, the most common instruments made by Wurlitzer that survive to the present day are their lines of spinet and console pianos made in the 1960s.