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Takayuki YAGI

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  1. According to this article http://www.concertina.com/chambers/lachenal-production/ Edeophones were made between 1889–1933. But you may want to ask in "Dating A Lachenal From The Serial Number" thread to find out more precise year.
  2. Thank you for the in-depth review and playing Cohen. I received my duckling from Paul a few months ago and that was my first Bflat/F. Compared to Lachenal, The button spacing is slightly wider(please see photo), but I got used to it soon. I am very happy with it.
  3. That album is found on youtube, probably uploaded by TOPIC Records. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_kBScS9byE7NVXUNDS89btd6uY2DZDrP7Y
  4. Concertina Museum have 2 Crabb Englishes (Ref:C326 and C327) https://www.concertinamuseum.com/CM00326.htm https://www.concertinamuseum.com/CM00327.htm I also recall a large (9 inch across according to the description) twin reeded English with red bellows and straps made by Crabb was on ebay in 2011. I didn't bid on it but looked like specially made one.
  5. Sorry for the thread drift, but I just noticed that ButtonBox now lists #33301 on sale. https://www.buttonbox.com/concertinas-in-stock.html
  6. I once saw a 20-button wooden ended Crabb on ebay in 2017, which had metal plate with serial number. For example: These pictures were from ebay and I did not bid on it.
  7. It looks strange. The Lachenal's reedshoe trademark is on the other side. And the ends look handmade. But the action looks like Lachenal's hooked type.
  8. https://tunesfromdoolin.buzzsprout.com/1841055/9075561
  9. How about Harry Geuns ? He is based on Belgium. https://bandoneon-maker.com/jackie-and-jack/
  10. Here, for example. https://concertina.co.uk/stock-selection/anglo-concertinas/gorgeous-lachenal-32-key-anglo-in-bb-f/
  11. I too think the Lachenals with pierced sides are rare, but not non-existent. I saw Barleycorn once sold the Lachenals with pierced sides at least 3 times.
  12. Another one came up from different seller. https://www.ebay.com/itm/363497465923
  13. How about the Button Box? https://www.buttonbox.com/concertinas-in-stock.html
  14. Another one with levers (damaged but with Campbells label) is on ebay now. https://www.ebay.com/itm/324729750601
  15. Similar one is on ebay now. https://www.ebay.com/itm/334089437419
  16. Barleycorn now lists one for sale. https://concertina.co.uk/stock-selection/anglo-concertinas/kensington-30-key-anglo-in-c-g/
  17. I Just noticed that Concertina Museum Ref:C-270 (Nickolds) has similar ends.
  18. There was a former thread about Thomas concertina (of Wales) here.
  19. I think it is Norman "model H" specially made for Homewood Music in early 2000s. Here is the link (archive.org).
  20. I recently noticed that my early Bastari which is exactly the same model as Ken's Bastari (numbered 13X instead of 52X) has different air button lever and pad layout from Wizard anglo. Is it possible that these Bastaris and Wizard anglos were manufactured at different periods ?
  21. Just for your reference, there is 1950's brochure of May Fair including finger chart.
  22. I do not have inside photo currently. But I believe it has 22 button originally (not modified from 20 button) and have English type construction not German one.
  23. It might be a 42-key chromatic anglo described in Jones' 1884 patent. http://www.concertina.com/jones/index.htm
  24. The fretwork reminds me of Jones too. But 7 buttons in a row looks unusual to me. In the photo above the 6th button has riveted action but 7th one (and air button) have hooked action. So this might be a result of a modification.
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