Lindeman Cycloid Piano #2634
Cycloid pianos are meant to stand out in a room rather than be up against a wall. Hence the rim is nicely finished all the way around, unlike some squares which have comparatively rough finishes up against the wall
The cycloid is a mathematical shape similar in configuration to a line formed by a point traveling on the rim of a rolling wheel. A sort of curve. Lindeman used this shape for some unknown reason. Read more here
This particular model was probably another Expo version, thus the over the top marquetry with birds, butterflies, instruments, arrows in a quiver, wheat and more.