product types: 

  • banjos
  • ukuleles
  • acoustic guitars
  • lap steel guitars


Henry Stadlmair Company Inc. was a New York distributor of musical instruments from 1923 to around 1928. In the 1870s Henry Stadlmair began working with C Bruno and Sons, by 1914 he had risen to the rank of Vice President and General Manager. He left Bruno & Sons and formed his own distribution company in 1923. Stadlmair's ukulele, guitar, tiple and banjo brands included: Miami, Avalon, Ace and Triple X. he was also the east coast distributor of Weissenborn. Stadlmair's company appears to have ceased trading in the late 1920s possibly as a consequence of the Wall Street Crash. Henry died in 1940, but was survived by his son Harry who also worked in music distribution for Bruno and Sons.

Source: Lardy's Ukulele database (12 May 2018)

Source: Thirty Six Years in the Musical Merchandise Trade. Music Trade Review. 1914. (Henry Stadlmair biography).

Source: Brooklyn Daily Eagle. page 11. April 29. 1940.


Henry Stadlmair Company Inc.
115-117 East 23rd Street
New York , NY
United States
New York US