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  1. I am selling a Colin Dipper, Co Clare model, 31 button Anglo C/G concertina. It has metal ends and plays with a very bright, forceful sound. It measures 5 5/8” across the flats. The slightly smaller size makes it feel great to hold and to play. It is very responsive and is not a concertina for the timid. It is about 12 years old. I bought it from Wally Carroll a year ago. I love the instrument but I have other pressing needs. It is a Jeffries layout with the very worthwhile F# press on the right accidental row (in place of one of the C# buttons). This makes an otherwise difficult E-F#-G triplet easy to accomplish. The right hand F# press makes the Dipper a joy when playing otherwise challenging tunes that call for an F# press. My understanding is that Colin uses this feature on his Cotswold models as well as when it is specifically ordered. The concertina comes in a custom-made, fitted Dipper case, enclosed by a sheepskin-lined waterproof Cavallaro zippered case-cover (over $100). The Dipper case is like new, beautifully made and lined, and is worth the extra protection. In addition to being custom-made for this concertina, the case has a secret trap-door compartment in the bottom of the case. I won’t post a picture of this feature because then it wouldn’t be a secret. At the time Wally estimated its value at at well over $7,000, not including the case. I am asking for $7,800 including shipping in the USA. I have enjoyed playing this and I am reluctant to sell it but events dictate otherwise.
  2. I have listed a lovely Wheatstone Bb/F 40 Button Concertina on ebay that is in an excellent condition. Here is the listing:http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/252352622911? (I prefer selling off ebay and if a member of this forum is interested in this instrument and buys the instrument then a suitable donation will be made to C.net.)
  3. The Wakker concertina is no longer available. Thanks.
  4. I have listed a lovely wooden ended Wheatstone C/G 30 button anglo concertina on ebay. It is in an excellent condition. Here is the listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/251953941180? I prefer selling off ebay. If a member of this forum is interested in this concertina and buys it then i will make a donotation to C.net.
  5. I have a Wheatstone C/G 40 button anglo concertina for sale that is in an excellent condition. If a member of this forum buys this concertina from me then I will make a donation to C.net. PM me if interested.
  6. I have listed a Wheatstone C/G on ebay. Wooden ended. Here is the link: http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=251262207406 I prefer selling off ebay. If any person from this forum buys this concertina frrom me then I will make a sutiable donation to Concertina.net
  7. I have Steve Dickinson Wheastsone C/G 40 button for sale. PM me if interested. If this concertina is sold then a donation will be made to Concertina.net
  8. I have listed a 30 button Wheatstone C/G in excellent condition on ebay. Here is the link: http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130869981195 I prefer selling off ebay. If a member of this forum buys the concertina from me then I will make a contribution to this website. P.M. me if interested.
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