BEAUTIFUL Cable Nelson Petite Baby Grand Piano *FREE DELIVERY


This beautiful piano is ready for a new home. Recently tuned, fully cleaned and inspected. All keys and pedals work and it plays and sounds great and even has the original ivory keys and was built in 1937.

In 1903, Fayette S. Cable, brother of H.D. Cable (of the Cable Piano Company) and Hobart M. Cable (of the Hobart M. Cable Piano Company) purchased The Lakeside Piano Company and Sweetland Piano Company to form the Fayette S. Cable Piano Company. Nelson joined the firm in 1905, and the name changed to the Cable-Nelson Piano Company.

Cable-Nelson was a very successful manufacturer known for building very well made instruments. Cable-Nelson built pianos under the names of Fayette S. Cable, Cable-Nelson, Radcliffe, Lakeside, Sweetland, Henderson and Boller. Cable-Nelson also built player pianos under the “Dulcitone” brand name and an affordable alternative to the costly Cable-Nelson brand player pianos.

Cable-Nelson was taken over by The Everett Piano Company in the 1920’s and is one of a handful of American piano brand names to survive the Great Depression. Cable-Nelson and Fayette S. Cable brand names continued to be manufactured until the 1980’s.

A portion of the sale of this piano goes to support the Pianos to the People Scholarship Program which provides a free piano along with in home lessons to underprivileged children on Colorado’s front range communities. For more info on P2P scholarships please visit our website.

Like all pianos you’ll want to get it tuned after its moved but it sounds and plays well as is. I can recommend a great piano tuner if you don’t know anyone. Really nice guy and doesn’t over charge.

I can also recommend a great teacher of you’re looking for someone to give your child lessons. My daughter’s teacher is great and I’m happy to refer her to you.

Free delivery in the Denver metro area within 25 miles is included. Outside of 25 miles there is a small fee for mileage. Delivery includes moving inside and set up as well, but only on ground level. Upper or lower levels will be an additional cost.