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Pianoforte-makers in Czech Republic
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Brand Image Info Addresses
       
 

NESMADBA Ant. & Sohn
| NESWADBA

 

 

Pianoforte-maker ca. 1878-92 [since 1870 (x1906)]; (x1878)

NESWADBA A[nton] (x1878)(x1890)

'Piano- und Harmonium-Handlung' (x1890)

NESWADBA Ant. & Sohn (1892)

NESWADBA & WIEDERMANN (x1906), 'Piano- u. Harmonium-Händler'

State price, 1892

 

9, Littauergasse (x1890)(x1906), Olomouc (Olmütz, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

NEUMANN Hans

 

 Pianoforte-maker and/or pianforte dealer ca. 1906

NEUMANN Anna (x1906), successor

Fleischbankgasse (x1906), Chomutov (Komotau, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

NEUSSER K.

 

 Organ builder and Harmonium-maker and pianforte dealer ca. 1906 [since 1827 (x1906)]

Owner : Karl NEUSSER (x1906)

62, Oberthorstrasse (x1906), Nový Jičín (Neutitschein, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

NEUZIL Johann

 

 Pianoforte-maker ca. 1844-51; (*1844)(**1847)(*1848)(*1851)  Písek (okres Písek)
 

NEVIKLUF
| NEWIKLUF

 

 

Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1890-1906

'Piano- und Harmonium-Handlung' (x1890)

NEVIKLUF Rud. (x1906)

 

20, Ferdinandstrasse (x1890), V. 281 (x1906), Praha (Prag, Prague, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

NOTHEN Oskar

 

 'Lehrer' and/or pianoforte-maker and/or pianforte dealer ca. 1906 671, Schulgasse (x1906), Teplice (Teplitz, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

NOVÁK Alois

 

 Pianoforte-maker and/or pianoforte dealer ca. 1900-1906 [since 1899 (x1906)]

'Piano-Fabrik u. -Hdlg.' (x1906)

 He sold «DALIBOR» pianos (x1906)

 

16, Graben (x1906), Praha (Prag, Prague, formerly Austria-Hungary)

BRANCH : Ringplatz (by RAUCH Franz)(x1906), Plzeň (Pilsen, formerly Austria-Hungary)

 

 

NOVÁK V.
| NOWAK

 

 

'Piano-Fabrik' ca. 1901-10 [since 1901 (x1906)]

 

langer Graben, Ziskov 'bei Schwarzes Rössl' (x1906), Praha (Prag, Prague, formerly Austria-Hungary)
 

(x1878): 'Rosenzweig's Allgemeines Original-Adressbuch', 1878-79, p. 568, et Pianoforte-Fabriken und Niederlagen p. 1015

(x1890): 'Weltadressbuch der gesammten Musikinstrumenten-Industrie', 1890, Olmütz p. 77, Prag p. 78 (digital.slub-dresden.de)

 

 

(x1906): 'Weltadressbuch der gesammten Musikinstrumenten-Industrie', 1906, Asch p. 240, Komotau p. 260, Neutitschein p. 267, Olmütz p. 268, Pilsen p. 268, Teplitz p. 279 digital.sim.spk-berlin.de)

(⁴): 'Pianos and Their Makers: A comprehensive history of the development of the piano from the monochord to the concert grand player piano', Alfred Dolge, 1911, p. 458 (Archive.org)

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