1952 Lester Betsy Ross Spinet Piano For Sale

  • Make: Lester
  • Model: Betsy Ross Spinet
  • Finish: Mahogany 
  • Serial Number: 229214
  • Made in: 1952
  • Asking Price: $1,150
  • Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Owner: Daniel Kauffman
  • Email: dkauffman88@gmail.com
  • Phone: 540-435-7859


I have a well cared for Lester Betsy Ross Spinet Piano, born in 1952, bearing serial number 229214 and model number 369. This one of a kind piano has kept in very good physical condition. All it’s strings, pedals, and keys are in good shape and function properly. Original owner, barely played; has been in a climate controlled room its entire life. This one of a kind piano has been well cared for. Maintained in a smoke free residential environment. Over the years we have grown apart and I no longer have enough time for it. It was last tuned about 4 years ago. As is customary, it will need to be tuned once it reaches it's new home. Feel free to contact me with any questions or for a visit. 

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LESTER Est. 1888 Philidelpia, Pa. (Betsy Ross Spinet Piano)

Lester pianos won a high place in the world of music because of their sweetness of tone and the care expended in their construction. Adherence, on the part of the Lester Piano Co., to the principle of creating quality instruments, rather than to build vast numbers of pianos, has been the basis of Lester reputation. No detail in Lester construction, by which the tone and durability might he perfected, was permitted to pass. As a result, many famous pianists placed their approval upon Lester pianos. Among them a are such names as the famed director; Louise Homer. American artists; Campanari, eminent baritone; Alice Nielson, operatic soprano; Kneisel, violinist and concert meister; Bell Alten, soprano of Metropolitan opera, and scores of others; also many great music schools, as the New England Conservatory, of Boston; Syracuse University; Broad Street Conservatory, Philadelphia; Converse College, Spartansburg, S. C.; Lewisburg Female Institute, Lewisburg, W. Va.; East Carolina Teachers Training School, Greenville, N. C., and many others. Lester pianos are used in nearly 100,000 homes, and in most of the public schools of Philadelphia.