I am moving to Montana and need to sell my c. 1913 Ivers and Pond upright piano It is in a mahogany case and has been completely restored inside and out by Matt Sargent of 1001 Keys in Wells River. I have had the piano for 6 years and it is great to play, good for all levels of pianist.
The piano has been played daily, in a humidified room, and is in excellent condition.
Ivers and Pond pianos were made in Boston with the varied New England climate in mind. As a result they hold their tune well, they are made to last. It is a beautiful piece of furniture. It has a lovely sound and great key action, a pleasure to play.