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Monington and Weston

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Piano makers, of Piercefield Street, Malden Road, London, NW5. Telephone: Gulliver 4477-8. Cables: "Monwestone, Haver, London"

1858 Business established

From the 1920s, they redesigned their upright pianos by means of a "double" or "extra" iron frame at the back; the new models were good pianos.

Grand pianos were also modified with the extra frame; they, too, improved dramatically in quality.

1930s Introduced one of the few traditional 6-octave uprights, again with the extra iron frame.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Pianos, Uprights, Baby Grands, Boudoir Grands, Miniature Pianos, Music Stools. Pianos can be specially made for Tropical Climates. School Pianos. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. C.1559) [1]

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