Representing the Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
The only known example of a D'Angelico violin.
Plays and sounds LIKE GANGBUSTERS.
Big & bold tones.
Plenty of nice fat tone.
This is one of the very last of the beautiful Martin bowl-back mandolins.
Absolutely lovely, elegant yet understated.
Quite nice and quite intact.
A beautiful example of restrained Martin understatement.
One of Martin’s better mandolins of the day.
A little TLC this will make a beautiful, playing instrument.
Made for H. Spahr of Jersey City, New Jersey, a noted player and teacher at the time.
A lovely-sounding mandolin, pure and strong and has a perfect action.
The “Vega cylinder-back”.
A Marin tenor guitar this early is a pretty rare thing.
From that great American guitar company, Harmony.
A lovely Style 0 uke.
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