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  1. I have a splendid Harry Boyd Lachenal English concertina, 56 buttons, in excellent condition. It does not look as if it has been played very much, but I could be wrong. It is on the small side. It is very bright, clear, and responsive. It comes in the original (tattered) square leather case. I am offering it at €1,900 (£1,650). I have been told that this is a very fair price for one of these instruments in excellent condition. It belonged to a family in Rothbury, which is about 25 miles from Harry Boyd's shop in Newcastle. The concertina was purchased from Harry Boyd and it sat on a shelf, rarely played, for most of its life. Although the name "Harry Boyd" is not worked into the fretwork on the ends I have been assured by Mark Davies, Stephen Chambers, and other people more knowledgeable than I am, that this instrument is without question one that came from Harry Boyd's music shop. I would be keeping it, since it is such a splendid player, but it has been years since I made the switch from English to Anglo. The thought of relearning the English concertina at this point is too confounding. I will post pictures at some point this weekend. Greetings from the ever-mad Willie Clancy Week. Thank God it's just a week....
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