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And Another Mystery One


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Yeah, looks German based on the size of the holes for the buttons, the screw placement, even the design of the case that accompanies it. A clearer pic showing the action (likely to be wooden rather than metal if it's German) would be helpful too.


So far as I know maker's names even if provided don't tell you much re the quality or value of old German 20-button concertinas. The general rule is that their quality and value tends to be noticeably lower than that of British-made instruments of comparable age.




Here's another concertina this time from an antique seller in England. No makers name, but she think's it's from Germany.


Any ideas?



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