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  1. Edgley professional C/G Anglo #539, jeffries system. Tuned and modded with leather gaskets below the end-plates, since the buttons were sticking out about 3 mm too much, IMO a slight design problem. The buttons had too much sideways moving space and felt not right during fast playing. Not anymore now ! Fast responding and loud instrument, i played a few Anglo and English brands and this would be quite a fav for gigs. Only selling because of the wife complaining that it's too loud and i want to keep her happy .... PS EU import duties have been paid for, 1900 Euros. 20% less if sold outside the European Union, like the UK or USA. Shipping to UK and USA can be expensive; due corona delays i would recommend UPS or DHL. Leather covered sturdy case included.
  2. Hello all, I went to the dark side and bought a button accordion. But before I get excommunicated from the group, I'd like to offer my 30 button hybrid Edgley Anglo concertina up for sale here before posting it on eBay. Hand made by Frank Edgley, I took delivery of #502 in April 2014 for over $2,600 U.S., including case. It's his Professional model with angled reed pans, 7 bellows, Indian Rosewood with metal ends. Plays fast and sounds great. It's been well kept in a sealed Pelican "Storm Case" (included) and has no leaks or signs of wear except for the paint is somewhat worn off of the hand rests. Asking $2,000 U.S., shipping to U.S. included. Located in Tom's River, NJ, USA. Pics attached, contact me with any questions. Thanks, Neil Calore
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