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  1. I purchased this instrument on a certain auction site some time ago. I don't know why i purchased it - I don't play anglo concertina. Despite this, I sent it out to Wim Wakker for repairs - who did an excellent job cleaning, polishing, repairing, and tuning it. Despite the fact that I really don't play anglo concertina, this turned out to be a fun purchase. It is a piccolo (or soprano, if you prefer) aeola of recent vintage (s/n 54846) and plays in D/A 1 octave higher than a normal instrument - it really stands out in a crowd. 40 buttons + air. Purchase and repairs together cost me $2500.00, which is what I would like for the instrument (+ shipping). The reeds are steel with aluminum frames for the low notes, and steel with brass frames for the highs. Overall - it sounds like a metal ended instrument, despite having beautifully cut wood ends. Should you have any questions, let me know, and I'll do my best to answer. Best - Ed
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