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Mason And Risch Upright Piano Serial Number

Mason and Risch Upright Piano Serial Number

If you own a Mason and Risch upright piano, you might be curious about its age and history. One of the ways to find out more about your piano is by looking at its serial number. The serial number is a unique identifier that can tell you when and where your piano was made, as well as some of its features and characteristics. In this article, we will explain how to locate and interpret the serial number of your Mason and Risch upright piano.

How to Locate the Serial Number

The serial number of your Mason and Risch upright piano is usually a six-digit number that can be found on the plate above the keyboard. The plate is a metal or wooden piece that covers the tuning pins and strings of the piano. To see the plate, you need to open the lid of the piano and look along the top front area of the plate. The serial number may be on the right, left, or middle of the plate, depending on the model and year of your piano.

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If you cannot find the serial number on the plate, you can also check other places on your piano, such as:

  • The back of the piano, near the top of the wood frame.

  • One of the hammers, found on either end of the piano (newer or imported pianos).

  • One of the keys, behind the nameboard, inside the piano (newer or imported pianos).

You may need to remove some screws or parts to access these areas. If you are not sure how to do this, you can ask a professional piano technician for help.

How to Interpret the Serial Number

Once you have found the serial number of your Mason and Risch upright piano, you can use it to determine some information about your piano. The most important thing to know is that the first two digits of the serial number indicate the year that your piano was manufactured. For example, if your serial number is 189765, then your piano was made in 2018. If your serial number is 034567, then your piano was made in 2003.

You can also use the serial number to find out more about the style and quality of your piano. Mason and Risch pianos are known for their high quality and craftsmanship, and they have a wide variety of styles to choose from. Some of their styles include traditional, contemporary, art deco, colonial, French provincial, and more. You can compare your serial number with other Mason and Risch pianos online or in catalogs to see what style your piano belongs to.

Another way to learn more about your piano is by contacting a Mason and Risch dealer or technician. They will likely be able to give you more details about your piano's history, features, value, and condition. They may also be able to provide you with documentation or certificates that prove your piano's authenticity and origin.


Mason and Risch upright pianos are some of the most popular pianos on the market, and for good reason. They are well-made, beautiful, and versatile instruments that can suit any musical taste and preference. By looking at your piano's serial number, you can discover more about its age and history, as well as appreciate its uniqueness and value. If you need any help with finding or interpreting your piano's serial number, feel free to contact us at [Mozart Project]. We are happy to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have about your Mason and Risch upright piano.

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