4to5to6 Posted September 19, 2020 Share Posted September 19, 2020 (edited) I viewed a 1942 48 button Wheatstone Aeola today in a pawn shop. It has very little playing wear but is unrestored. It had been stored for maybe 60 years. Pads are loose, notes are sounding, it fails hang test miserably. It has 8 folds which seems a bit unusual. I wasn’t able to open it up. Tone is decent, medium loud, baffles are still there. It has exceptionally good dynamics. My question is on it’s worth. What would be a reasonable offer for a war time Aeola with little playing wear but completely unrestored? Thanks Edited November 28, 2020 by 4to5to6 Typo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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