Bill N Posted June 20, 2013 Share Posted June 20, 2013 Whenever I travel, I make a habit of visiting local music shops in the vain pursuit of the elusive vintage Anglo. I was in the Halifax Folklore Centre ( great music shop) in Nova Scotia last weekend and my heart did a flip, until I realized I was looking at a Duet, not an Anglo. I have no connection to the shop, but it was a nice instrument that should be in a player's hands, so: Raised ebony ended, 48 button Wheatstone Crane with what appears to be the original case, all in very nice condition. Apparently it has had a recent overhaul. In tune at A440, plays very nicely (although I couldn't do much more than play some scales) and has a lovely tone. On the hang test, bellows movement was almost imperceptible. Serial # 34635, made in July, 1937. They are asking $1500 Canadian. You can Google for their website and contact info if interested. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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