Piano, Organ, and Keyboard/M.Schulz Co Baby Grand Piano
Carl Schulz wrote at 2007-04-13 19:06:13
Matthias Schulz was my Great Grandfather. I found this from a website containing a "blue book" of pianos. I am thinking of building a website about the pianos since there isn't a lot of information about them.
My family had one of the baby grand pianos and one of the uprights. A cousin has the baby grand and my brother has the upright.
I am curious to know how many of the pianos are still in existance.
M. SCHULZ & CO.
Pianos, player-pianos. Grand and Reproducing Pianos known throughout the piano world as instruments of the highest class. The M. Schultz piano of the best known, most highly organized, reputable and extensive piano manufacturing concerns in the country. Technically, the instruments made by this concern and note for scientific correctness of scale, highest grade of workmanship, and extreme care in choice of only the finest in material, backed up by long experience. The tone quality of M. Schulz pianos is the strong point of them, possessing a roundness, purity and mellow singing beauty all its own. This company is also distinguished for turning out case work of true artistic excellence, with a purity of design and fineness of finish which are in every way distinguished. Added refinements in case designs of special period art models are features of M. Schulz Co. production. Aria Divina Reproducing pianos are a standard with dealers everywhere.
1907 - 3500 1913 - 80000 1919 - 140000 1925 - 190000
1911 - 62000 1917 - 120000 1923 - 170000 1929 - 226000
1912 - 71000 1918 - 130000 1924 - 180000 1930 - 230000
Piano values will vary with age, type of wood, style and condition.
Gene Tumminia wrote at 2010-09-17 17:11:05
I have an M. Schultz upright piano, Ser# 148970.
It came with my house, in Florida. I'm interested in its' geneology and restoration, and seeking documentation for the piano.
chrissolusoft wrote at 2011-04-12 23:18:46
I have an M. Schultz upright grand piano, Ser# 16698. It is a family heirloom handed down 3 generations now and purchased by my great grandmother. I am about to have it restored. I would love to know if you have more information now or a web site to understand its history better, as I will be passing it down to my niece and nephew to enjoy.
I am also in desperate need of a professional expert appraiser for this piano. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
Sarah wrote at 2016-03-31 02:01:02
I just purchased a Shultz baby grand. It is partially restored. It is beautiful. It is from the 20's.