Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
A mid-19th century French guitar, probably from the 1840s-50s, with stunningly engraved mother-of-pearl border around the entire top.
You can call it a project.
From the operations of the world's first-known guitar factory.
This has got to be the most perfect non-Martin-made copy of a Martin guitar I’ve ever seen.
One very complete package.
Gorgeous yet understated bird’s-eye maple back and sides.
A parlor-size instrument from the incomperable Tracy Cox.
This guitar virtually sings, and at a huge volume.
Nice and unaltered.
Nice big neck on a nice big guitar.
A prime example, with a perfect neck and excellent action.
It’s seen some better days but it is eminently restorable.
A complete, never used, Martin-made factory neck.
A most unusual item.
Still has its original ivory nut and saddle.
This pre-war Herringbone D-28 was formerly owned by John Cohen of the New Lost City Ramblers.
A most exceptional Brazilian rosewood D-45.
Nine-string guitar, in the realm of a harp-guitar.
One of Michi Matsuda's first ten guitars, Serial Number 9.
This is one of the sweetest little guitars we've come across in a very long time.
This is the most gorgeous, most elaborately hand-engraved mother-of-pearl inlaid and decorated guitar we have ever come across.
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.
Gorgeous Brazilian rosewood back and sides, a beautiful ultra-fine-grained spruce top, ebony fingerboard & bridge.
By Henry Schatz, an early partner of CF Martin in New York.
An important historical piece, and perhaps as a restoration project.
“Gravé par Thérese”
This one is quite complete.
With Wm. B. Tilton’s patent “improvement" installed.
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