National Geographic : 1912 Nov
TEINW Y Profit Sharing For upwards of a quarter of a century Steinway & Sons have been pursuing the policy of sharing their profits with the buying public. The gradual increase of their output and resources, coupled with the concentration of their plants and the employment of the most modern methods of manufacturing, have enabled Steinway & Sons to produce and sell their pianos at a lower rate than ever. A new small grand piano (5 ft. 6 in.) in a mahogany case at the extremely low figure of $750 is the splendid result. Thus the great problem of giving the best article at the most reasonable cost has been successfully solved. Steinway & Sons invite the careful inspection and critical examination of the public of this, their latest great achievement in the art of pianoforte building. The name of the Steinway dealer nearestyou, togetherwith illustrated literature, will be sent upon request and mention of this magazine. STEINWAY & SONS STEINWAY HALL 107 and 109 East 14th Street New York Subway Express Station at the Door "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."