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SansSouci posted a topic in General Concertina DiscussionI have been cleaning out a storage room and found a concertina which we bought for my husband in the 1970s: it is a gorgeous, pristine instrument that was sold in a hard case, lined in a red velvety material. I remember he was teaching himself to play Irish, English folk music. It has no markings on the outside; ~2 straps, 2 finger supports looks like rosewood or walnut; ~24 white buttons on the left side, 24 on the right with an extra black button. ~It looks brand new, no imperfections. ~8 bellows ~6 sided ~Appears to match online with Wheatstone 48 buttons A friend who plays the concertina sent me; I suppose I need an appraisal and then perhaps I can make a sale. I would be most grateful for any info! Thanks so much in advance, Sue
WANTED: Stagi 48 button Baritone English
MusicManDan posted a topic in Buy & SellI am looking to purchase a 48 button Stagi English Baritone Concertina. Any help is greatly appreciated!
centurian2 posted a topic in Buy & SellWANTED FOR PROFESSIONAL OUTDOOR PLAYING. 48 BUTTON WHEATSTONE AEOLA . CONDITION OR CASE NOT IMPORTANT. WOULD PREFER AN EARLIER MODEL BUT WILL CONSIDER OTHER LATER MODELS. THANK YOU FOR VIEWING
lyn posted a topic in Buy & SellFor Sale: Wheatstone Aeola 48 button English Concertina. Serial #24873, Key of C. I purchased this Concertina from Barleycorn Concertinas in England, and recently (2013) had it serviced at The Button Box in Massachusetts. Falling within the dear and lost years periods of the Wheatstone company, this Ebony ended concertina has unique fretwork, and is in perfect playing condition. All buttons play clearly and in perfect pitch. I am located in the Western United States. I have never used this forum before, but am aware of the 2% donation policy. I am located in Montana but will be traveling to Southern California next week and can bring the instrument with me.
My Father's Concertina
Sallyann posted a topic in Concertina HistoryI have just dug out my father's concertina which he owned and played as a Salvation Army officer from the 1940's. I don't know anything about concertinas but have become interested as I realise that his is in good condition. It is a Lachenal Edeophone with 48 buttons and has a serial number of 58850. The leather box looks original too. Can someone tell me approximately when it may have been made and if it is valuable now?