Parlor Piano

623 Pecan St Helena

Helena Museum of Phillips County
Written By Helena Museum of Phillips County

This piano was one of three shipped down the Mississippi River in the 1850's for the Rosenburg family, one of the early Jewish families of Helena. This Linstedt parlor piano was ordered for their daughters, and features mother of pearl inlaid keys and a Brazilian rosewood body. These pianos were often called “coffin” pianos, due to their unique shape that allowed them to be placed in smaller homes.

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