Schoenhut Accordion-Schoenhut-Shop at Nook
Schoenhut Accordion-Schoenhut-Shop at Nook

Schoenhut

Schoenhut Accordion

This  instrument is a great introduction to music for first-timers and future performers.  Seven tone keys on the right and 3 keys (chords, bass and air valve button) on the left. The accordion highly contributes to children’s creativity, concentration and intelligence, also develops children's musical talent, hand-eye coordination and rhythm.  

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    Albert Schoenhut was born in 1848 in Wurtenburg, Germany to a toy-making family. His father and grandfather made wooden dolls, rocking horses and wagons. At a very young age Albert began making toy pianos in his home. He was discovered for his talent as only a teen, got his hand in the backend of the business, and in 1872 struck out on his own with Schoenhut Piano Company.

    By the time of Schoenhut’s death in 1912, Schoenhut Piano Company was the largest toy company in America and the first in the U.S. to import toys from Germany.

    Today, the company offers a variety of toy instruments, along with many of Albert Schoenhut’s original designs. All prototypes today are designed and hand-built by Len Trinca. His work is state-of-the-art and incorporates perfect pitch and true piano sound.

    • L 7.50 W 9.25 H 4.25
    • Meets or exceeds the safety standards implemented in the United States and Europe, including EN17, ASTM, and CPSIA.

        About Schoenhut

        Albert Schoenhut was born in 1848 in Wurtenburg, Germany to a toy-making family. His father and grandfather made wooden dolls, rocking horses and wagons. At a very young age Albert began making toy pianos in his home. He was discovered for his talent as only a teen, got his hand in the backend of the business, and in 1872 struck out on his own with Schoenhut Piano Company.

        By the time of Schoenhut’s death in 1912, Schoenhut Piano Company was the largest toy company in America and the first in the U.S. to import toys from Germany.

        Today, the company offers a variety of toy instruments, along with many of Albert Schoenhut’s original designs. All prototypes today are designed and hand-built by Len Trinca. His work is state-of-the-art and incorporates perfect pitch and true piano sound.

        Product Details

        • L 7.50 W 9.25 H 4.25
        • Meets or exceeds the safety standards implemented in the United States and Europe, including EN17, ASTM, and CPSIA.