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Vintage Acoustic Parlor Guitar, Beveled Sound Hole w/ Rosette, 12" Wide Body

  • Price:$99.95

This antique/vintage 6-String Parlor Guitar is fresh from a collection here in eastern Connecticut

      * No markings as to who manufactured it or when.  A local collector looked at it and estimated it to have been made somewhere from 1890-1930 

      * Serial number on the end of the headstock is: 1826   

      * Overall length is 37"

     * Body is 12" wide by 3-3/8" deep with edge of soundboard beveled

     * Ribs inside the body (see photo) on both soundboard and back indicate quality construction

     * Sound hole has nice inlaid rosette and beveled edge

     * Ornate tuning machines

     * "V" neck

     * Rosewood fretboard with three inlaid mother of pearl position markers   

     * Condition:

              - Bridge is coming up and will need to be reglued

              - One bone tuning knob is missing

              - Looks like a very slight warp in the fretboard or neck, but this could be related to the bridge needing to be reglued

              - There are no cracks, splits, deep scratches or other damage that we can see

     * Overall, this looks to be a very good parlor guitar in need only of a little TLC      

* There is NO RESERVE!            


Connecticut residents without a valid tax ID are subject to 6.35% Sales Tax on Purchase Price 


     * Buyer pays postage

     * This item can be picked up here in Coventry, CT at no charge.  

     * Or it will be shipped within 1 business day after receipt of payment via USPS Parcel Post or Priority Mail

     * Where possible, we will gladly combine purchases to save on shipping costs. 

* 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! We want our customers to be happy!  If the item is not as described we will refund purchase price and postage if it is returned within 14 days of receipt and in the same condition.

* Please contact us if you have any questions or would like additional photos.

Good Luck...J&C and GBM