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Steck is a brand name of the Aeolian Piano company, and was used on player pianos produced in the early twentieth century. A large number of Steck pianos were produced in Gotha, Germany. The factory named Gothaer Piano-Hofmanufaktur was purchased in 1905 from Ernst Munck and renamed Steck in 1906.
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