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  1. Does anyone have an idea of why I cannot attach 2 or 3 photos of less than 200k each?
  2. Jones No. 15690 (circa 1895) 6 1/4 inch ends. Wood fretwork. Bone Buttons. Steel Reeds, 5-fold bellows It is no secret among professional players that Bb/F is a fine key combination for an Anglo concertina. Highly recommended for Irish tunes, hymns, and Christmas carols. No hard case. Soft gigbag included. For sale at $1200. I will pay shipping and insurance in the US. Add $100 for overseas shiping/insurance. Payment by personal check or bank draft in the US; by bank draft from overseas. (I do not use PayPal.) If interested, please send me a personal message, and I will send photos if requested.
  3. Lachenal No. 106712 (circa 1889) Piccolo Range in C/G is a little quieter than a standard octave C/G Lachenal Anglo 5 7/8 inch hexagonal with wood fretwork. Bone Buttons. Steel Reeds.5-fold bellows. Deluxe hard shell case. Requests for quieter instruments have appeared. (Don't wake the baby!) Selling for $1500. I will pay shipping and insurance within the US. Add $100 for shipment overseas. Payment by bank draft or personal check in the US; bank draft for overseas. (I do not use PayPal.) The ends appear to have unmatching colors for the ends. But the colors match. The difference is from my lack of photographic skills. If interested, please send me a personal message.
  4. Michael Harris, Somehow I missed your inquiry. No. 76319 Circa 1883.
  5. On June 20, 2020, I posted an advertisement for a 20-key C/G Lachenal Semi-Miniature. I titled the posting as "Lachenal Anglo Semi-Miniature - Discount Price." I should have said "Overpriced" instead of "Discount Price." I quoted a selling price of $1500 plus $100 for shipping and insurance. I am now cutting the price in half, asking US$750 and I will pay for the shipping and insurance. If interested, please read all about it and see the images at my June 20th posting. If further interested, please send me a personal message.
  6. Paul, Serial number would be much appreciated. Randy
  7. Dave, No 8459 circa 1862 Two concertinas listed as "Lachenal" in Wheatstone Red Book: No. 7728 on 4 April 1863. However, No. 9641 on 29 July 1862. I am guessing that it has 48 key with bone buttons and 4-fold bellows.
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