Piano Name: August Förster
Website: August Förster
Model: 125
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: August Förster
Company Location: Germany
Height: 49″

History: August Förster established his company in 1859 in Löbau, Germany. Being made into a nationalized company post World War II, the company still managed to stay under family leadership. After the collapse of the government of the German Democratic Republic, Wolfgang Foerster was able to re-privatize the family business. Most recently, the business was passed to Annekatrin Förster and with a staff of approximately 40, they continue to traditionally manufacture pianos in Germany.

Dimensions: 49″x60″x24″ or 125cm x 150cm x 60cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, White, Satin and Polished Mahogany, Beech, Alder, Walnut, Oak, Cherry or Pear. Also available with optional oval medallion.

Features: Mountain spruce soundboard and ribs, notched into the inner rim ~ Beech and spruce glued beam frame ~ Hard rock maple bridges ~ Traditional slow sand cast iron plate ~ Renner action are made of European hornbeam ~ Premium “Renner” hammers, t-wired and individually voiced ~ Premium spruce keys ~ 19 ply “Delignit” beech pinblock ~ German “Diamant” tuning pins ~ Röslau wire

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