These have the typical Martin gear spacing of 2-5/8”.
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.
A most beautiful and clean set of Seidel tuning machines.
If you’ve got a 19th-century Martin with its original tuners missing these might be just the set for you.
Warm, clear & balanced.
Saddle still at full original height with very tiny notches worn from strings.
2-3/8” string spacing.
Ivory saddle with trimmed top still in there, never been removed.
Built for Dick Boak.
This guitar is from the first year that they were made.
Acomplete set of genuine ivory tuning pegs that had come factory installed, as part of a special order on an 1890s Martin guitar.
Unused, never notched.
A 42-style OM with Brazilian rosewood with Leaf hardshell case.
A beautiful example of restrained Martin understatement.
With Ivoroid dots.
Original set of style 21 Martin bridge pins.
These are of the long grooved type.
This Martin is in remarkable condition.
A genuine ebony bridge from a Martin T-28 Tiple.
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