Beautiful condition, ultra-clear lettering, plating 100% intact.
A beautiful set of plates with unique bone buttons.
Here’s something you won’t see again.
All saddle height, bridge height and intonation screws present and turning freely.
All three complete with studs and anchors.
Apparently never used.
New in packaging.
With one broken worm.
Two or three of the height screws may be official Fender replacements.
#785 of 1965.
Comes with four original saddles, three original saddle holders, two original saddle thumbscrews.
Saddles notched for 12-string guitar.
They seem to be unused.
Marked ORIGINAL horizontally and GIBSON vertically on their covers.
Made for Gibson.
All bass side.
Two treble and two bass side.
All six original gear screws present with clean slots.
100% complete, with all original brass gears & blued gear screws with nice clean slots.
For 12-string guitar with solid peghead.
As used on Martin D12-20 guitars and many others.
Got the BIG Gibson tone we’re all always looking for.
The neck from a 1930s Martin archtop C-2 guitar.
Period tuners for almost any Gibson form the period.
A complete original set from a 1962 Fender Jaguar.
Four bass side, two treble side.
These are a very rare find.
A complete, matching set.
Original Gibson wraparound tailpiece from the 1950s.
Never used, gold plated.
Set is 100% complete and intact, nice and clean too.
This is a never-used Martin D-28 neck blank.
They don’t make 'em like this anymore.
Nickel plated, not a repro.
Two mandolin and one mando-cello or guitar.
Terrific vintage tortoise-shell look and pattern and definitely not a nitrate.
A truly great vintage Martin for the same price as a new one.
Three perfectly and smoothly working tuners plus threaded bushing and washer from another.
From a top-grade American 1910s-30s guitar.
Complete set of eight.
Used on Gibson RB-100, RB-150, RB-170, RB-175.
Works quite well.
Original peghead binding, truss rod cover & Philips-head truss rod cover screws.
“Epiphone Recording A” prominently inlaid in beautiful mother-of-pearl.
Probably from a TB-3.
From a top-grade American 1920s-30s guitar.
Mother-of-pearl inlaid block-letter “CFMartin” on Brazilian rosewood.
All parts present and intact.
Complete Pearloid-covered fingerboard from a 1930s Gibson LC “Century of Progress" guitar.
New-in-package, never opened.
With original installation screws.
Includes plate, trem spring, trem lock, and muting plate.
17% PRICE DROP
Original string too.
American made, 3-on-a-side.
The saddle is unused, has no string marks on it.
American made, 6-on-a-side.
This is an eminently restorable set.
These have the typical Martin gear spacing of 2-5/8”.
Restore your SG to original spec.
Real 1930s tailpiece from real Martin archtop, possibly F-7 or F-9.
Wacky guitar gadgetry.
Six original ivory buttons.
Make your Gibson mandolin complete.
These things are a tinkerer’s dream.
These have become impossible to find today.
In near-mint condition.
This set is unmolested and in fine working order.
A most beautiful and clean set of Seidel tuning machines.
One of the very nicest, and very rarest sets of 19th-century Martin tuning machines.
An absolutely beautiful, mid-19th century complete set of tuners for a slotted-peghead guitar.
If you’ve got a 19th-century Martin with its original tuners missing these might be just the set for you.
This is the first and only Epiphone bowl-back mandolin I’ve ever seen.
The famous “Headless Schatz”.
From a time period in American history when life moved at a far slower pace.
This Schatz guitar is a perfect candidate for restoration.
Store pickup only.
This is a very hgh-quality, solid guitar from the early 1900s.
Strong and tight in every respect and it is a truly wonderful instrument.
“Gravé par Thérese”
Gorgeous Brazilian rosewood back and sides, a beautiful ultra-fine-grained spruce top, ebony fingerboard & bridge.
Six of them. Complete, never used, and in perfect, mint condition.
38% PRICE DROP
A mid-19th century French guitar, probably from the 1840s-50s, with stunningly engraved mother-of-pearl border around the entire top.
Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
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