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1870s Chemnitzer identification


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Hello.

 

A couple years ago I bought this really old (I assume) Chemnitzer Concertina in need of a lot of reed work. 

 

I never identified a manufacturer, my best guesses are either Ulhig or Lange.

 

Ill post pictures of mine tomorrow, but at the moment, there is an absolutely completely identical instrument in a museum:

 

https://akkordeon-museum.ch/fruehe-concertina-ev-uhlig-78-toene-zn-neusilber/

 

Also, here's the layout:

 

https://anglopiano.com/?_60_AdGHIijkLc_130_oSlMMlONpoSqRu._15_BeegHIJjklhf_80_mkknNmPOqpTrVstU._50_eCklmNOPIK_150_QRrPqQsrUTwVvv&title=1860s Chemnitzer (possibly Ulhig or Lange)

 

Thanks!

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3 hours ago, Bassconcertina.net said:

I never identified a manufacturer, my best guesses are either Ulhig or Lange.

If you have real problems identifying the beast, the folks at the Czech Area Concertina Club might be able to offer advice?

 

That's the web page but I think they also have a FaceBook page...

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