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Wheatstone 56-key treble Aeola, metal ends, c. 1902


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Wheatstone 56-key treble English system Aeola, with nickel-plated metal ends and ebony trim, #23111 and made about 1902. One of the earliest octagonal Aeolas, with the bell-shaped fretwork and red pads that are typical of the early metal-ended Wheatstones. Newly tuned to A-440.

 

With its original black leather case.

 

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Edited by Stephen Chambers
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