This instrument is 100% original in every little detail.
Absolutely lovely, elegant yet understated.
One of Martin’s better mandolins of the day.
With Wm. B. Tilton’s patent “improvement" installed.
This one is quite complete.
Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
This is one of the very last of the beautiful Martin bowl-back mandolins.
Quite nice and quite intact.
A little TLC this will make a beautiful, playing instrument.
Gorgeous yet understated bird’s-eye maple back and sides.
Black Gold Burst, 10 top. #14211108
This is one of their better ones.
This is a terrific restoration project.
This is the most gorgeous, most elaborately hand-engraved mother-of-pearl inlaid and decorated guitar we have ever come across.
Stunning Brazilian rosewood back and sides, one of the most even-grained spruce tops we’ve ever seen.
It’s a beautiful piece, either as a project for a luthier or lutiher-to-be.
Clean and original as they come.
Representing the Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
A lovely-sounding mandolin, pure and strong and has a perfect action.
One of Carlo Greco's last guitars.
About the size of a Martin 12-fret 0-size.
A very special, prototype steel guitar/tube amp-set.
Plays and sounds LIKE GANGBUSTERS.
An esoteric Americn solidbody guitar.
New in box.
A complete, never used, Martin-made factory neck.
Built by Alan Hamel at Fender's then fledgling Custom Shop.
This pre-war Herringbone D-28 was formerly owned by John Cohen of the New Lost City Ramblers.
A parlor-size instrument from the incomperable Tracy Cox.
One of Michi Matsuda's first ten guitars, Serial Number 9.
Well-balnced and light weight.
Three hot pickups, a rotary selector switch, and knobs.
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