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mike byrne

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  1. If anyone wants a rosewood ended Jeffries anglo I have two twenty button and two twenty six button, which I could sell. If you want one of the best playing rosewood anglos, send me a personal message for more information. Mike
  2. Here are some pictures of my circular fret Wheatstone No. 374 which was bought by one of my 'ancestors' Mrs Lonsdale Byrne in 1840.
  3. It's here https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/potburys/catalogue-id-srpo10103/lot-8fcae95f-8a47-4358-b8e9-ab0301055174
  4. I have noticed a lot of new members are not indicating which city or country they live in. This is helpful if people are asking for help that could be provided by someone living nearby. I am sure when I signed up 16 years ago I was asked for my location but the current sign up form does not ask for this.
  5. Sold for £2,108 with the commission added.
  6. LIantrisant Is where the Royal Mint (that mints coins for the U.K.) is based.
  7. As opposed to Polo, Llantrisant is known as the Hole with the Mint.
  8. Twas mine, This is a video of my 30 button Dipper Anglo. It is a Celebrated Acoustic Band model, G/D Number 163. Now with a new owner. Mike
  9. Good Morning Richard,

    I have several wooden ended Jeffries with 20 and 26 buttons,

    in C/G and Bb/F.

    If you would like one, I live in Leicestershire.

    Mike

  10. You can see the Jedcertina label in the last e-bay picture.
  11. Here are some pictures of my 28 button Louis Lachenal. Available if anybody wants to buy it.
  12. I bought this concertina because it had my Christian name initial in the fretwork. I have not found out who the maker was yet. Suggestions welcome.
  13. Did you see Henrik Mullers buttons made out of Rotring pencil caps with wooden inserts.
  14. This is my 5'' 20 key with B S & S in the fretwork (Barnett Samuel and Sons)
  15. Some interesting concertinas on e-bay this week. There is a 20 button Jones that must have solid gold reeds and levers for £3,000, A restored Edeophone English and a 20 button Tidder.
  16. I have just returned from a holiday abroad and received the sad news that David Leese passed away earlier last week. A good friend and an excellent concertina restorer. He will be sadly missed. Mike
  17. For a Mahogany ended (Brass Reed) Lachenal ! ! !
  18. Here are some pictures of my 20 button metal ended Lachanel. Number 171428. Mike
  19. It looks to me like a mahogany-ended budget model, not rosewood-ended.
  20. Good afternoon Neil, It's very near yours, No. 2178. Mike
  21. Here is a picture of an early Lachenal of mine with black accidentals.
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