Nordheimer Identification/Age ?

I'm fairly new to pianos, but my family and I just acquired a new piano (well, from the looks of it, an old piano). After quite a bit of searching, I managed to find the name "NORDHEIMER" stamped on the iron frame, very low and beneath the strings. The only number I can find on it is "3825" and it appears in several places on the piano. I assume this makes it a Nordheimer piano and the serial number is 3825, but that doesn't seem like enough digits. Am I missing something? If not, does anyone know how old that makes my piano? Thanks.

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2 years ago #2
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That could be the sn. That would put it built in 1895, if so.

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2 years ago #3
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Wow. Very interesting. Thanks for the response. How did you find that out?

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2 years ago #4
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Pierce Piano Atlas.

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2 years ago #5
nordy
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Great. Thanks. It wouldn't happen to have a picture, would it?

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2 years ago #6
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No.

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2 years ago #7
nordy
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Oh well. Thanks for the information. It is greatly appreciated. Happy holidays.

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