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I don’t see anything there, either. Just an empty square with a question mark in it and “image.png” (using Safari on a Mac).

 

Can this interface display png’s? Maybe it should be a jpeg.

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On 4/27/2021 at 9:15 PM, David Barnert said:

I don’t see anything there, either. Just an empty square with a question mark in it and “image.png” (using Safari on a Mac).

 

Can this interface display png’s? Maybe it should be a jpeg.

 

On 4/27/2021 at 8:45 PM, JimR said:

That image did not work for me on Firefox (asked for a Google login).

 

http://concertinamuseum.com/CM00394.htm 

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I had one of these a few years ago. I did quite a bit on it but was unable to get it into playing order, as the ends were warped. I sold it to someone in Munich, who was very happy with it. Unfortunately, I didn’t make a note of the tuning.

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8 hours ago, JimLucas said:

I think I've seen those from Italy (or Germany?), but did any of the English makers do that?

 

Piano-fingered concertinas seem to have been a German invention Jim, patented in England on 9th July 1862 by C. F. W. Rust (for F. Glier). After that patent expired they were manufactured in England by George Jones, and later Lachenal & Co.

 

Versions with a diatonic left-hand side ddn't come along until much later again. These catalogue entries are from the Klingenthal firms Meinel & Herold, and Hess, in the 1930s, but I've never seen an English-made instrument of this type:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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